Minor in Aerospace Studies

About the Aerospace Studies Minor

The Aerospace Studies Minor teaches Air Force history and heritage, doctrine, strategy, team building, and most of all leadership. Our courses utilize experiential learning to develop future leaders and critical thinkers. The minor is required for all students looking to earn a commission through the CWU AFROTC program but, is open to all students who are looking to learn team building and leadership skills while learning more about how the United States Air Force thinks, operates, and conducts its mission.

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Why Choose Aerospace Studies at CWU?

The aerospace industry is a dynamic and rapidly growing field with diverse career opportunities.

With the increasing demand for aerospace professionals and technological advancements in the field, pursuing this minor can open doors to exciting and rewarding career opportunities. 

Where is this program offered?  

How much does this program cost?  

Explore information on Cost, Aid, and Value to make an informed decision about investing in your education at CWU. 

Where can I find more information?

Please visit the CWU Academic Catalog for current information about admission requirements, course descriptions, learner outcomes, and credit information. 


Creating a Community

At CWU, we offer many opportunities for you to really experience college life. AFROTC supports student organizations, Flying Wildcats, and the Arnold Air Society. AFROTC also hosts events like field training and an annual Military Ball.  

Scholarship Opportunities

AFROTC offers multiple Scholarship Opportunities for students wanting to become a cadet. We have scholarships for high school students, and college students, and specific leadership awards that will help you invest in your education.

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