MTHO 1171 Middle East Culture 1-0-1 Syllabus Not Available - Schedule Locations

To provide soldiers with a general knowledge of the culture of the people who inhabit the Middle East. This course will provide a brief overview of the history and culture to include: government structure, politics, influence of nomadic tribes, religious influence, heritage, family roles, arts, education, business wealth, poverty, jobs, language, health and medicine. Food, drink, dress, etiquette, holidays, organizations, and media are also covered.

MTHO 1370 Historical Principles of War 3-0-3 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

This course focuses on the history of the United States Military and the professional values and ethics of the military profession. Strategies and tactics used by the United States Military in selected engagements throughout its history will be covered.

MTMS 1170 Military Science I 1-0-1 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

A study of first-line to mid-level supervision. The course reviews procedures in the context of the standard supervisory roles of directing, problem solving, decision-making, and personal relations at the primary leader level.

MTMS 1171 Psychology of Personal Adjustment I 1-0-1 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

The course is designed to meet the needs of Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen and their families before, during, and after deployments. Students will be able to demonstrate the skills of problem solving, goal setting, and conflict resolution. Instruction to take place in either a classroom or on-line setting with 16 hours of instruction.

MTMS 1172 Psychology of Personal Adjustment II 1-0-1 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

The course is designed to meet the needs of Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen and their families before, during, and after deployments. Students will be able to demonstrate the skills of problems solving, goal setting, and conflict resolution. Instruction to take place in either a classroom or on-line setting with 16 hours of instruction.

MTMS 1173 Psychology of Personal Adjustment III 1-0-1 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

The course is designed to meet the needs of Soldiers, Sailors, Maries and Airmen and their families before, during, and after deployments. Students will be able to demonstrate the skills of problem solving, goal setting, and conflict resolution. Instruction to take place in either a classroom or on-line setting with 16 hours of instruction.

MTMS 1174 Terrorism in the Middle East 1-0-1 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

This course will examine various elements of terrorism in the Middle East and is designed to explore the origins, characteristics and current trends in worldwide terrorism. The course will look at the difference between political and fundamentalist terrorist activity and their targets. The class will examine the key characteristics or traits of known terrorist groups and the psychological aspects of the suicide bomber. The course will also explore the relationship of terrorism to international relations and how the future of military action may be changed.

MTMS 1270 Military Science II 2-0-2 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

A fundamental course on the basics of applied management in the context of the military, its missions, organization, and operations. The course concentrates on the basic leadership level of employing personnel and equipment. Prerequisite: MTMS 1170 or consent of the instructor.

MTMS 1271 Setting Goals, and Objectives 2-0-2 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

Combination of formal instruction and practical exercises in establishing objectives under conditions of constrained resources. An in-depth look at the military mission essential task list approach for defining training goals, setting strategies, and assessing effectiveness.

MTMS 1272 Job Performance and Motivation 2-0-2 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

An in-depth personnel management study of motivational theories and their application to the military. Includes both older needs theory and more current equity and group behavior models and their implications for leaders in today’s environments.

MTMS 1273 Fundamentals of Leadership 2-0-2 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

An introduction to the theories of motivation, with a focus on their practical application reflected in current military leadership fundamentals. This course includes an overview of the traits, techniques, and styles common to all effective leaders.

MTMS 1274 Professionalism and Responsibility 2-0-2 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

An organizational behavior approach that examines the beliefs, values, and norms of organizations, with an emphasis on the Army; how they impact the individual employee; and implications for managers. Military culture is used throughout the course to illustrate how professionalism and responsibility are defined and measured by the degree of similarity between the individual and the organization.

MTMS 1275 Personnel Counseling 2-0-2 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

Personnel Counseling is intended to provide managers and other professionals with a systematic set of skills to help them and their subordinates cope effectively with the challenges and problems of the organization, the job, and the people.

MTMS 2270 Professional Develop. of the Manager 2-0-2 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

This course explores effective training of junior-level leaders. Studies the tools of proper delegation of tasks and assistance to subordinates in problem solving. Emphasis will be placed on the effectiveness of active and passive styles of leadership in reinforcing good performance and motivating subordinates to achieve excellence.

MTMS 2271 Military Science III 2-0-2 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

An applied management course at the advanced leadership level, concentrating on the mid-level management skills required to employ assets at higher levels of command. Course covers situational analysis, staffing procedures, communications, planning and controlling operations, and evaluations.

MTMS 2272 Management and Learning Strategies 2-0-2 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

A course for leaders who want to explore further into the arena of training in organizations, including needs assessment, instruction techniques, and evaluation procedures. Also addressed is training for career changes, cross training, and the implications of fair labor standards.

MTMS 2370 Advanced Leadership 3-0-3 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

Advanced management study with an in-depth look at the differences and similarities of leadership and management. This course includes all elements of the management function, leadership styles, and communication.

MTMS 2371 Management Problems 3-0-3 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

Case study approach in practical application of management theory to the everyday problems of managers. Study groups work out their own solutions and exchange ideas with other groups in presentation and critique forums.

MTMS 2372 Ethics in Management 3-0-3 Download Syllabus - Schedule Locations

The purpose of this course is to study the major ethics theories and their relationship to management in the military. The course provides actual case studies in which ethical principles are used in solving today’s management problems.

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