Many careers in the Army don’t require a specific academic major. Potential career fields include:
In the Department of Military Science, we provide dynamic and interactive training in leadership development that prepares you for a successful career. Two-, three- and four-year options are available.
You can remain in the program for up to two years with no obligation to serve unless you’re awarded a scholarship or contract with the Army. Other opportunities include:
You’ll broaden your Army and leadership knowledge each semester through the Basic Course, Advanced Course and Leadership Laboratory. All courses apply toward your UNT degree.
The Basic Course focuses on military life as well as the Army’s mission and structure. You’ll also examine military history, leadership development, health and fitness, and national defense. Leadership, ethics, professionalism and officership are the focal points of the Advanced Course. The Leadership Laboratory allows you to participate in leadership discussions and exercises with other ROTC members.
Once you earn your degree and meet other qualifications, you can be commissioned in the Army Reserves, Army National Guard or active-duty Army.
As an incoming freshman, you may receive a fouryear scholarship. Applications are due no later than Jan. 10 of your senior year in high school to apply. Four-year scholarships are based on your:
If you decide to participate in ROTC at a later date, you can still apply for the UNT Army ROTC Scholarship, which covers full tuition and fees, as well as books up to $1,200.
Information about other scholarship opportunities and deadlines are at armyrotc.unt.edu.
You must be a U.S. citizen attending UNT full time, be in good physical condition and have good moral character.