Stretching classes to meet 3 year requirement for AFROTC

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  1. Shaggy

    Shaggy New Member

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    Howdy everyone I just recently ran into a road block. I am a soon to be prior enlisted airman and I'm looking to go back to school and join an ROTC detachment. Problem is I just talked to an rep at the detachment I'm trying to join and he told me I need a minimum of 3 years left. Unfortunately I only have 2-2.5 years left until I get my bachelors. Would it be feasible to stretch my time out by taking electives, or taking few classes per semester?
     
  2. Zero

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    Not only can you do it, but many prior E do. You have a few options, one is having multiple minors or dual majors. Another is stretching out classes as you only have to take the minimums required per school (some are more than others). Your last year you can take less classes than required depending on the semester/quarter system in place. Lastly, you can begin your masters for your entire senior year. Easy, just figure out which works for you.
     
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    Awesome thanks so much zero for the timely response. This is a huge deal for me and I get kind of worried when small bumps like these occur. Also is your name zero taking from the song by the smashing pumpkins ?
     
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    lol no, but if you have any other questions let me know, did the same route you are on.
     
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    Could you use that third year to work on your masters? Would that be allowed by afrotc
     
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    Yes you can, stated that above.
     

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