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Minor - Naval Science

Minor - Naval Science


Students outside the NROTC unit who minor in naval science will be educated in some of the basic functions of our nation's Navy and Marine Corps and will gain an appreciation for some of the responsibilities expected of our service members.

Course Requirements

A minor in naval science consists of 18 hours minimum. The following courses are required for non-Navy and non-Marine Corps students desiring a minor: Nsc 111 or 112; 212; 213; 310 or 410; 311; 312; and 313. Only NROTC students may take the naval science leadership laboratories. NROTC students will take one naval science leadership laboratory each semester in addition to the following sample programs.

Sample Program for a Minor in Naval Science for Navy NROTC Students

Courses Hours Freshman Year NSC 111, 112 4 Sophomore Year NSC 211, 212, 213 6 Junior Year NSC 312, 313 6 Senior Year NSC 412, 413 5

Sample Program for a Minor in Naval Science for Marine NROTC Students

Courses Hours Freshman Year NSC 111, 112 4 Sophomore Year NSC 211 2 Junior Year NSC 310 (or 410) 3 Senior Year NSC 410 (or 310), 412 5

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