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Emphasis is placed on professional training not of an academic nature. The laboratory is intended for topics such as drill and ceremonies, physical fitness and swimming testing, cruise preparation, cruise evaluation, sail training, safety awareness, preparation for commissioning, personal finances, insurance, and applied exercises in naval ship systems, navigation, naval operations, naval administration, and military justice. Other topics and special briefings will be conducted as determined by the Chief of Naval Education and Training or the Professor of Naval Science.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr | Units: 1 | Repeatable for credit

ROTCNAVY 11: Introduction to Naval Science

This curriculum provides guidelines for introducing students to the organization of the Department of Defense and the naval service, the long-held customs and traditions of the service, basic leadership, ethics and character development, the duties of a junior officer, and basic information concerning shipboard procedures and safety. It is the intent of this course to stimulate the students' interest for study and investigation in future courses. Three hours of lecture per week. Course is offered in the Autumn Quarter.
Terms: Aut | Units: 1

ROTCNAVY 21: Leadership and Management

This course will cover 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. Three hours of lecture/discussion/seminar per week. Course is offered in the Autumn quarter.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2

ROTCNAVY 131: Navigation

Theory, principles, and procedures of terrestrial and celestial navigation and piloting techniques. A study of coordinating systems, including the celestial coordinate system, nautical charts and publications, position fixing, dead reckoning, nautical astronomy, the theory and methods of celestial navigation, and the theory and prediction of tides and current. Three hours of lecture and one hour of laboratory per week. Course is offered in the Autumn Quarter.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2

ROTCNAVY 141: Naval Ship Systems - Weapons

An introduction to the physical theory of acoustic and electromagnetic wave generation and propagation; the design and use of electronic, electromechanical, and pneumatic systems; and the combination of these systems to perform detection and analysis of objects sharing and traversing common environments. Three hours of lecture per week. Course is offered in the Autumn Quarter.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2
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