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NS 101: INTRO to Naval Science
Composition and organization of the Naval Services; diverse missions, makeup and manning of naval sea services with emphasis on duties and responsibilities of officers, rank and enlisted rating structure, training of subordinates, promotion and advancement, and military courtesy....
Professors: Patrick Larsen
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NS 101: Introduction to Naval Science
A general introduction to the USN and USMC that emphasizes organizational structure, warfare components, and assigned roles/missions of USN/USMC, covers all aspects of Naval Science from its relative position within DoD to the specific warfare communities/career paths, and includ...
Professors: Adam Kowalke; Patrick Larsen
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 2
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NS 102: Naval Ships Systems I (Engineering)
Students learn detailed ship design, hydrodynamic forces, stability, propulsion, electrical theory and distribution, hydraulic theory and ship control, and damage control. The course includes basic concepts of theory/design of steam, gas turbine, diesel, and nuclear propulsion. ...
Professors: Patrick M. Saluke
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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NS 102: Naval Ships Systems
Provides an elementary overview of Naval engineering systems and a detailed knowledge of the principles behind ship construction. Taught from a systems engineering standpoint. Topics include ship design, stability, and structural engineering; hydrodynamic forces; air and water sy...
Professors: Anthony E. Castle
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NS 201: Naval Weapons Systems
Theory and employment of the Navy's weapons, navigation, and communication systems. Processes of detection, evaluation, threat analysis, weapon selection, delivery, guidance, and explosives. Topics include fire control systems and major weapon types, including capabilities and li...
Professors: Patrick M. Saluke
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NS 201: Naval Ships Systems II (Weapons)
Theory and employment of the Navy's weapons, navigation, and communication systems. Processes of detection, evaluation, threat analysis, weapon selection, delivery, guidance, and explosives. Topics include fire control systems and major weapon types, including capabilities and l...
Professors: Patrick M. Saluke
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NS 202: Seapower & Maritime Affairs
A survey of U.S. naval and maritime history in the context of world maritime development, including the historical evolution of American sea power and the role of U.S. naval forces in an era of geopolitical change.
Professors: Adam Kowalke; Patrick Larsen
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NS 301: Navigation and Naval Operations I
An in-depth study of marine navigation from the perspective of a deck officer aboard a naval warship. Focus on piloting, electronic navigation, and the rules governing the conduct of vessels on the high seas. Students become familiar with the proper use of navigational charts, pu...
Professors: Addam Clark; Anthony E. Castle
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NS 301: Navigation
In-depth study of the theory, principles, procedures, and application of plotting, piloting, and electronic navigation, as well as an introduction to maneuvering boards. Students learn piloting techniques, the use of charts, the use of visual and electronic aids, and the theory ...
Professors: James Edminister
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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NS 302: Navigation and Naval Operations II
An in-depth study of marine navigation from the perspective of a deck officer aboard a naval warship. Focus on piloting, electronic navigation, and the rules governing the conduct of vessels on the high seas. Students become familiar with the proper use of navigational charts, pu...
Professors: Addam Clark
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