Fort Riley Campus

Military Programs and Training

Click on the links below for more information on Barton's Military Training Programs.

Military Certificates Program
Leadership, Logistics, & Dangerous Materials Handling

The Military Certificates Program prepares students with the technical skills required for successful execution of duties in the fields of Military Leadership, Military Logistics, and Military Dangerous Materials Handling.

Military technical skills involve complex systems, hardware and technologies that possess ever increasing civilian applications. Dependent upon critical thought processes and the ability to utilize these evolving skills, today’s military personnel are engaged in mission planning, risks assessment, identifying potential hazards, supervising preparations, identifying and maintaining assets, training personnel, and conducting and supervising additional duties. This certificate program encompasses and addresses these required skills.

The Military Certificates program consist individual certificates in Military Leadership, Military Logistics, and Military Dangerous Materials Handling. Each certificate requires the successful completion of 30 credit hours.  Students may seek an individual certificate or complete all three.

Military On-Site Training
The Military On-Site Training (MOST) program's mission is to enhance the readiness posture of US Army Reserve, National Guard, as well as active units by delivering cost-effective and flexible skill-based training. Click on the link above to learn more about the MOST training program and courses.

Military Schools
The Military Schools program's primary mission is to provide centralized vocational training to the soldiers of Fort Riley Kansas. This is a unique training mission in that the skills trained are specifically military and not generally available to the civilian market. Additionally, this training venue provides college credits to soldiers for successful course completion. This translates into promotion points which help soldiers advance their military careers. The program's secondary mission is to provide training to US Government employees and other members of the total Army family including Reserve and National Guard personnel, military retirees, and authorized military family members. Click on the link above to learn more about the Military Schools training program and courses.

Military Studies Curriculum Guides and Certificates

2018-2020 Curriculum Guides: Students who enrolled in their program prior to Fall 2020 should use should use the following Curriculum Guide. 

Associate in General Studies

2018-2020 Military Studies

Semester Template
Associate in General Studies

2018-2020 Military Studies

Military Schools Certificates

2018-2020 Military Logistics
2018-2020 Military Leadership
2018-2020 Military Dangerous Materials Handling

2020-2022 Curriculum Guides: Newly admitted or returning re-admitted students for Fall 2020 or later should use the following Curriculum Guide.

Associate in General Studies

2020-2022 Military Studies

Military Schools Certificates

2020-2022 Military Dangerous Materials Handling