Specified University courses: In addition to satisfying requirements for a baccalaureate degree, the student must satisfactorily complete the following four-year curriculum guide, including required naval science courses and specified University courses.
|NAV 3214C||Navigation/Naval Operations II: Seamanship and Ship Operations||
|NAV 4232||Principles of Naval Management II (Leadership and Ethics)||
|NAV 4224||Amphibious Warfare||
- Undergraduate naval sciences required to be completed for a scholarship student before fall semester junior year.
- Upper division naval science courses required of Navy Options; not required of Marine Options.
- Required of Marine Option midshipmen only.
- One year each of calculus and calculus-based physics is required for every Navy Option scholarship student. It is recommended but optional for College Program and Marine Options.
Furnished Items — All uniforms, textbooks and equipment needed by the student for naval science courses are furnished by the Navy.
Use of Navy Science Courses as University Electives — Academic departments within the University may, according to their own policies, accept naval science courses as electives to fulfill requirements in their academic programs.
Naval Science Minor — Upon successful completion of the four-year Naval Science Program, a student may be awarded a minor in naval science. Specific requirements should be arranged with the student’s academic department.
Naval Science Laboratory — The naval science curriculum includes a weekly three-hour laboratory covering professional and military subject matter. Attendance is mandatory for all midshipmen.
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