Aerospace Studies Minor

The Department of Air Force Studies offers a minor open to any OSU student. Students gain a broad exposure to the concepts of aerospace power, leadership and management, and general military studies. A student cannot use a course for this minor that is being used for their major.

Required
AS 311LEADERSHIP FUNDAMENTALS, TEAM BUILDING AND PROBLEM SOLVING3
AS 312EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION AND GROUP CONFLICT MANAGEMENT3
AS 313LEADERSHIP, ETHICS, AIR FORCE CORE VALUES AND ACCOUNTABILITY3
AS 411NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS3
AS 412WORLD REGIONAL CULTURAL STUDIES3
AS 413PREPARATION FOR ACTIVE DUTY3
Electives
Select a minimum of 9 credits of the following:9
THE EVOLUTION OF AIR AND SPACE POWER 1860-1945
THE EVOLUTION OF AIR AND SPACE POWER 1945-1990
THE EVOLUTION OF AIR AND SPACE POWER 1991-2025
LEADERSHIP LABORATORY (maximum of 3 credits)
LEADERSHIP LABORATORY (maximum of 3 credits)
SMALL-GROUP PROBLEM SOLVING
THEORIES OF CONFLICT AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
*COMMUNICATION IN INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT AND DISPUTES
THE AMERICAN MILITARY, 1607-1865
*WHY WAR: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
THE AMERICAN MILITARY, 1865-PRESENT
AMERICAN DIPLOMATIC HISTORY
*AMERICAN DIPLOMATIC HISTORY
MILITARY SCIENCE II: FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP I
MILITARY SCIENCE II: FUNDAMENTALS OF LEADERSHIP II
MILITARY SCIENCE II: FUNDAMENTALS OF MILITARY OPERATIONS
EVOLUTION OF WARFARE I
EVOLUTION OF WARFARE II
STUDY OF PEACE AND THE CAUSES OF CONFLICT
*PACIFISM, JUST WAR, AND TERRORISM
*INTRODUCTION TO UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
*INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATIONS
Total Hours27

Minor Code: 804