Naval Science Minor
Program Director: Captain John Howrey
The minor in Naval Science is a 24-Credit minor that provides students with the opportunity to develop their own inherent leadership skills through the Naval NROTC development program. Students seeking a minor in Naval Science are not required to be members of the Naval ROTC program. This minor program enables students to develop a secondary academic experience that may serve them in their future professional work.
The Naval Science minor is open to any student at the University of Maryland. Students seeking a minor in Naval Science must be approved by the Professor of Naval Science of the Naval ROTC program and be advised by instructional personnel in that office.
|Naval Science Core||18|
|18 credits selected from the following:|
|Introduction to Naval Science|
|Sea Power and Maritime Affairs|
|Leadership and Management|
|Naval Ship Systems I (Engineering)|
|Naval Ship Systems II (Weapons)|
|Evolution of Warfare|
|Naval Operations and Seamanship|
|Leadership and Ethics|
|Fundamentals of Maneuver Warfare|
|National Security/Military History|
|Modern Military History, 1494-1815|
|Modern Military History, 1815-Present|
|Cultural/Regional Studies 1|
|Development Geography: Environmental & Social Justice|
|East Asian Civilization I|
|East Asian Civilization II|
One semester course to enhance knowledge of cultural and/or regional studies of developing nations. Courses are not limited to the examples listed.