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​Where Tomorrow’s Military Leaders are Made

The Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) is a four-year program that helps you learn leadership skills while in college. Upon successfully completing an ROTC program and graduating from a four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree, you may be commissioned as an officer in the United States Armed Forces. While attending college or university ROTC, participants may receive scholarships and other monetary benefits.
Broward College offers courses that satisfy the first two years of the following four-year programs:
  • Army ROTC​
You do not incur any military obligation during the first two years of the ROTC program. The Army ROTC program is offered in conjunction with Florida International University. 

Classes are taught at:
  • The Broward College Central Campus in Davie
  • The FIU campus in Miami
  • The Miami-Dade College North Campus in the northern part of Dade County
  • The FAU campus in Boca Raton
Courses for Army ROTC include:
  • Basic Leadership 
  •  Leadership and Teamwork
  • Foundations of Officership
  • Individual Leadership Studies
Classes are offered in the fall and winter semesters, with attendance of an Army ROTC class typically occurring once a week.  
  • A “Leadership Lab” and physical training may be required.
To find out the schedule for the upcoming semester, eligibility requirements and other information about Army ROTC, call 954-201-6809 or 1-305-348-1619 or visit the Army ROTC Southern Strike Battalion website
You may also e-mail
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