A smiling female student drips a chemical into a vial.A smiling female student drips a chemical into a vial.

Military Science (ROTC)

Faculty

Lt. Col. Ronald  A. Bonomo, Master Sgt.  Michael A. Wilkinson,  and Sgt. 1st Class Jason Helfferich

About Military Science (Army ROTC)

The Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (Army ROTC) is a national program that provides college-trained officers for the U.S. Army, the Army National Guard and the U.S. Army Reserve. Army ROTC enhances students’ education by providing unique leadership and management experience and helps develop self-discipline, physical stamina and poise.

This educational experience is further enhanced through the professional military education program. This program encourages students to take additional courses in military history, written communication, human behavior, management and national security studies. Participation in field training/trips are required during each semester.

The Army ROTC program at California University of Pennsylvania is a satellite program delegated by the University of Pittsburgh Military Science Program; classes take place on campus. For additional information not covered below, call the Military Science Department at 724-938-1680 or 724-938-1679, or visit our office in the Frich Biological Science Building (BSC), Room 217.