374.307 Leadership in Military History

2 credits, Offered at JHU

Provides students with a historical perspective to decisions made by American military leaders: battlefield complexity, resource limitations, and teamwork deficiencies. Students cover major military engagements from the colonial period through the current operating environment. Students examine how leaders motivated their men, devised battle strategies, implemented rules of engagement, and managed supplies, transportation, and logistics for their troops.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Director of Military Science