Military Science and Aerospace Studies courses are offered at the University of North Texas. Students interested in enrolling in these courses should contact the TWU Registrar.
TWU students may participate in the ROTC programs to prepare for a career as an officer. Active-duty and reserve Air Force and Army personnel provide all classroom instruction and program administration. Textbooks and uniforms for ROTC courses are issued at no cost to the student. Students register for courses through TWU and classes meet at the University of North Texas campus; the TWU Registrar provides registration information for these programs.
The ROTC program is open to male and female students. Freshmen may enroll in the four-year program, and other students with at least two undergraduate or graduate academic years remaining may apply for the two-year program. Deviations from these two programs must be approved by the chair of the division. Students who complete either program with at least a bachelor’s degree are awarded commissions as U.S. military officers.
Scholarships are also available to ROTC students. Qualified students may receive full tuition, and in some cases fees, a textbook allowance, and a tax-free subsistence allowance of $200 a month. Contact the TWU Registrar’s Office
for more information.