A student may select Reserve Officers' Training in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Air Force. Subject to the specific requirements of the service chosen, the student selects courses in military, naval, or air science. University credit is given for these courses. In accordance with academic rules, a minimum of 6 credits earned in ROTC courses apply toward graduation requirements in any baccalaureate program. Additional ROTC credits may be applied toward graduation according to the policy of the college or degree-granting unit in which the candidate is enrolled. In many programs, the category to which ROTC credit may be applied is clearly stated. In programs where the category is not predetermined, the student's adviser and the student decide which credits the ROTC credits will replace. There is no military service obligation during the first year of the program regardless of scholarship status. Sophomore students have no obligation unless they are on a military scholarship.