Naval Science Minor
The Naval Science Studies minor is the classroom lecture portion of the program for all Army ROTC cadets. Each student who commissions* will automatically meet the requirements to receive the Naval Science Studies minor. The course work required to commission is the course work required to receive the minor.
Students learn about military heritage, the development of naval technologies, military ethics, drill and ceremonies, communication, human relations, and leadership theory and techniques. These specialized topics prepare students for service in the Navy and for future careers in government, management and administration, intelligence, international relations, public policy and the private sector. Students learn through instructor presentations, group discussions, team projects and hands-on leadership exercises.
*Any student may sign up for Military Science courses and complete the minor.
Note: To commission, students must earn the opportunity to contract with Army ROTC. Including, meeting all academic requirements, meeting all physical fitness requirements, passing the Department of Defense Medical physical examination requirements, passing height and weight requirements and providing proof of a Department of Defense approved COVID-19 vaccination.
Minor Requirements (18 Hours)
|NAVY 101||Fundamentals of Naval Science||3|
|NAVY 102||U.S. Military History||3|
|NAVY 402||Naval Leadership and Ethics||3|
|Select three of the following:||9|
|Naval Ships Systems I|
|Naval Ships Systems II|
|Navigation/Naval Operations I|
|Navigation/Naval Operations II|
|Evolution of the Art of War|
|Naval Leadership and Management I|
|Fundamentals of Maneuver Warfare|
|Total Credit Hours||18|