N SCI 113
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. Offered: Sp.
Naval Science 113 is a comprehensive survey of the role of sea power in the history of the United States. Beginning with World War II, we will study the development of U.S. sea power in the modern era, and explore future evolution. We will examine how national strategies, policies, doctrine, leaders, and technological developments affected U.S. sea power, and how the development of U.S. sea power shaped national strategy and policy.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Lectures, class participation and projects
Required and recommended reading assignments
Class assignments and grading
Required and recommended reading assignments, Oral History Project
2 Exams, Quizzes, Oral History Project, Class Participation