Continuing the "Transition to Lieutenant" phase of ROTC, this course examines the ethics of military leadership to include customs, ethical codes and decision-making, constraints, and appeals to moral principles. The American judicial system is also examined, with emphasis on the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Purpose and Methodology: Though all Army ROTC courses are open for enrollment to all academically qualified Georgetown students and qualified students enrolled in any participating consortium university, students who enroll in MLSC 252 must have junior or senior standing in their major and have some background in management, leadership, or the military. MLSC 252 is not designed as an introductory course. In this course, we will study Military Leadership, Ethics, Law and selfless service through readings, written assignments, lectures, visiting speakers, current events, briefings, films and discussions. We will concentrate on leadership / combat leadership and your preparation to become lieutenant’s competent and confident to successfully lead Soldiers. Prerequisite: MLSC 211, 212, 251 or permission of instructor. Command and staff responsibilities are assigned to students for hands-on experience operating as a leadership team on behalf of the Georgetown University Cadet Corps. The course includes a laboratory in applied leadership, common military tasks, and physical fitness. Spring.