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Cedarville University students must register for Air Force ROTC classes at the Cedarville campus. Aerospace Studies (AES) classes are listed under Interdisciplinary Studies in the catalog, but under Military Science when registering online. Register as you would for your standard classes. To determine which AES class you should register for, please contact AFROTC Det 643.


Academic Classes

The academic portion of Air Force ROTC is referred to as the Aerospace Studies class. In AES class cadets learn topics including the history of the United States military and the Air Force, military doctrine, and leadership principles. Class occurs once a week for all cadets, with the freshman and sophomore classes taking place at Cedarville University and upper level cadets traveling to Wight State University.

AES 1210/1220 - Air Force Today, with Lab AES 1211
Thursday 4:00 - 4:50 PM at Cedarville University (contact instructor for specific classroom)

AES 2210/2210- Air Force Way, with Lab AES 2211
Thursday 3:00 - 3:50 PM at Cedarville University (contact instructor for specific classroom)

AES 3310/3320 - Air Force Leadership and Management, with Lab AES 3311
At Wright State University (contact instructor for specific classroom and time)

AES 4310/4320 - Preparation for Active Duty, with Lab AES 4311
At Wright State University. (contact instructor for specific classroom and time)

Leadership Lab

In addition to AES academics, AFROTC Cadets will also take part in Leadership Lab at the Wright State University campus on Tuesday evenings. Transportation is provided from Cedarville to Wright State University for the Lead Lab sessions. All Leadership Labs will be held from 5:00-7:00 PM on Tuesdays at Wright State University. Registration in Leadership Lab is required for Cedarville students.


Physical Training

Physical training sessions will be held at Cedarville, Mondays and Thursdays from 6:30-7:30 AM in the Fieldhouse. Physical training is not a Cedarville University class; therefore, registration is not necessary, although participation is required.