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N SCI 101 The Naval Service (3) Kigin
General introduction to the Navy, its organization, missions, roles, tasks, and operating methods. The relationship to the other services within the Department of Defense emphasized. Offered: A.
Instructor Course Description: Shane M. Kigin Katherine M. Mccalden

N SCI 102 History of U.S. Sea Power I (3) I&S Kigin
A comprehensive study of the role of sea power in the history of the United States, the current status of the various elements of the nation's sea power as they influence the development and implementation of national security policy. Focuses on ancient navies of the Mediterranean to U.S. Navy just prior to World War II. Prerequisite: N SCI 101. Offered: W.

N SCI 103 History of U.S. Sea Power II (3) I&S Kigin
A comprehensive study of the role of sea power in the history of the United States, the current status of the various elements of the nation's sea power as they influence the development and implementation of national security policy. Focuses on the U.S. Navy from World War II to current times. Prerequisite: N SCI 102. Offered: Sp.

N SCI 110 Naval Science Laboratory (*, max. 12) Melin
Evaluates the challenges of leading teams in complex contemporary environments. Topics vary. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: David W. Melin

N SCI 201 Naval Leadership and Management (3) I&S Szymanski
Introduction of the theory and techniques of naval leadership based on principles of behavioral science that are pertinent to understanding individual and group behavior of adults. Introduces the management process and the relationship of management functions to leadership. Stresses acceptance of a traditional deep sense of moral responsibility on the part of the aspiring leader. Prerequisite: minimum 2.0 grade in N SCI 101. Offered: A.
Instructor Course Description: Michael D. Maxwell

N SCI 202 Navigation I (3) NW Gardner
The science and practice of maritime coastal navigation, including visual fixing, dead reckoning, and piloting methods. Computation of tides and currents and nautical rules of the road. Prerequisite: N SCI 101. Offered: W.

N SCI 203 Navigation II (3) NW Gardner
Basic theory and practice of celestial and electronic navigation. Relative motion theory and contact coordination practice in a multiple ship environment. Prerequisite: N SCI 202. Offered: Sp.

N SCI 301 Naval Ship Systems I (3) Boehm
Study of fundamental principles of energy transfer and thermodynamics. An introduction to nuclear propulsion, gas turbines, and auxiliary power systems. Offered: A.
Instructor Course Description: Joshua L. Lt Gavrich

N SCI 302 Naval Ship Systems II (3) Boehm
Study of ship characteristics, ship design, hydrodynamic forces, stability, damage control, and shipboard electrical systems. Includes introduction to engineering documentation, electrical safety, preventative maintenance, and personnel qualifications. Prerequisite: N SCI 301. Offered: W.
Instructor Course Description: Joshua L. Gavrich

N SCI 303 Naval Weapon Systems (3) Boehm
Study of fundamental principles of sensor, tracking, weapon delivery subsystems, and current naval weapons. Includes techniques of linear analysis of ballistics and weapons, and dynamics of basic components of weapon-control systems. Prerequisite: N SCI 302. Offered: Sp.
Instructor Course Description: Joshua L. Gavrich

N SCI 321 Evolution of Warfare I (3) I&S Nelson
Introduction to the art of war, the evolution of warfare from the earliest recorded battles to the present day.
Instructor Course Description: Garrett D. Nelson

N SCI 323 USMC Leadership and Administration of Justice I (3) Nelson
Concepts, objectives, characteristic qualities, and practical techniques of leadership as exercised by the Marine Corps officer. Emphasizes leadership and management role of the junior officer in the Fleet Marine Forces. Intensive physical activities and outdoor projects to test an individual's physical and mental endurance. Prerequisite: N SCI 110; N SCI 421. Offered: Sp.
Instructor Course Description: Garrett D. Nelson Sean F. Robertson

N SCI 401 Naval Operations (3) Gardner
Introduction to naval operations, the employment of naval forces, naval tactics, formulation of operations plans and orders, employment of detection equipment, and meteorology. Prerequisite: N SCI 101. Offered: A.
Instructor Course Description: Daniel E. Gardner

N SCI 402 Naval Leadership and Ethics (3) I&S Melin
Study of leadership and ethics within a military context using applicable case studies. Examines the Law of Armed Conflict and Code of Conduct; the importance of integrity, moral courage, and ethical behavior to effective leadership; and the interrelationship between authority, responsibility, and accountability. Prerequisite: N SCI 201. Offered: W.

N SCI 403 Naval Organization and Management (3) Maxwell
Study of organization, systems, and techniques employed in the Navy for management of its human, material, and financial resources. Some work relates to the administration of discipline in the Navy under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Emphasis on the leadership and management role of the junior officer in the fleet. Prerequisite: minimum 2.0 grade in N SCI 402. Offered: Sp.
Instructor Course Description: Bruce H. Szymanski Michael D. Maxwell

N SCI 421 Amphibious Warfare (3) I&S Nelson
Provides basic knowledge of evolution of amphibious warfare from premodern era to present. Strategic and tactical considerations in planning specific operations and amphibious landings. Prerequisite: minimum 2.5 grade in N SCI 321. Offered: A, even years.
Instructor Course Description: Garrett D. Nelson

N SCI 423 USMC Leadership and Administration of Justice II (3) Nelson
Concepts, objectives, characteristic qualities, and practical techniques of leadership as exercised by the Marine Corps officer. Emphasizes the leadership and management role of the junior officer in the Fleet Marine Forces. Intensive physical activities and outdoor projects to test an individual's physical and mental endurance. Offered: Sp.