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ROTCNAVY 1: Naval ROTC Lab

Activities consist of drill, athletics, and professional information events. Students gain experience in actual leadership situations and learn the fundamentals of seamanship, military formations, movements, commands, discipline, courtesies, and honors. During information briefings, special emphasis is given to applied leadership as it relates to the administrative and managerial aspects of a Navy or Marine Corps officer's duties.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr | Units: 1 | Repeatable for credit

ROTCNAVY 11: Introduction to Naval Science

An introduction to the naval profession and to the concepts of seapower. The mission, organization, and warfare components of the Navy and Marine Corps, including an overview of officer and enlisted ranks, rates, and career patterns; naval courtesy and customs, military justice, leadership, and nomenclature are discussed.
Terms: Aut | Units: 1

ROTCNAVY 21: Leadership and Management

Introduces basic management, decision making, and moral leadership. The student will learn to establish meaningful goals, prioritize among competing demands, and plan and forecast in a task-centered organization. The course includes exposure to measures of organizational effectiveness, methods to overcome resistance to change, effective communications, and techniques to aid in counseling, team building, and resolution of disciplinary and personnel matters.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2

ROTCNAVY 131: Navigation

Introduces the fundamentals of marine navigation emphasizing piloting and electronic navigation procedures. Covers coordinate systems, chart projections, navigational aids, instruments, compass ovservations, time, and study of tides and currents.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2

ROTCNAVY 141: Naval Ship Systems - Weapons

Examines the principles and theories used in the development of naval weapons systems. Extensive study is made of detection systems, especially radar and sonar, followed by discussions of ancillary systems for computing, stabilizing, tracking, and weapons control and delivery.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2
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