Partnership / Affiliate Schools All schools listed as affiliate or consortium must enroll through the CAEC consortium process unless their school has the military science courses listed in their specific school’s course catalog or banner system!!
- JCSU students can enroll directly through their catalog for the freshman and sophomore classes but must go through the CAEC consortium process for the junior and senior classes at UNC Charlotte.
- Winthrop students must enroll for all classes through the CAEC consortium process and put down the UNC Charlotte class dates/times. However, actual freshman & sophomore military science class dates/times at Winthrop may vary and will be taught in the DiGiorgio Building.
- Belmont Abbey College (BAC) students can enroll directly through their course catalog for freshman (ML101, ML101L, ML102, ML102L) and sophomore (ML201, ML201L, ML202, ML202L) courses. Once a BAC student moves on to the advanced courses, they must enroll via the CAEC consortium process for the junior and senior classes at UNC Charlotte.
Partnership Schools with Cadre assigned on campus:
Affiliate Schools where Cadre travel to teach the freshman and sophomore classes:
- Johnson C. Smith University
- Winthrop University
- Winthrop Army ROTC Homepage
- Belmont Abbey College
where students must travel to UNC Charlotte or the above listed schools for class and must enroll through the CAEC Consortium process:
- Cabarrus College of Health Sciences
- Carolinas College of Health Sciences
- Catawba College
- Catawba Valley Community College
- Central Piedmont Community College
- Cleveland Community College
- Gaston College
- Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
- Lenoir-Rhyne University
- Livingstone College
- Mitchell Community College
- Pfeiffer University
- Queens University of Charlotte
- Stanly Community College
- University of South Carolina at Lancaster
- Wingate University
- York Technical College*
* Please note that York Tech for whatever reason will not allow it’s students to take military science as an elective. You will have to do so at your own expense.