Courses

  • OTP MS 304: Leadership Lab
  • OTP MS 401: Mission Command and the Army Profession
    OTP MSL 401: Military Science and Leadership (MSL) 401 Mission Command and the Army Profession MSL 401 explores the dynamics of leading in the complex situations of current military operations. Cadets will examine differences in customs and courtesies, military law, principles of war, and rules of engagement in the face of international terrorism. Cadets also explore aspects of interacting with non-government organizations, civilians on the battlefield, the decision-making processes and host nation support. The course places significant emphasis on preparing Cadets for Basic Officer Leadership Course-B and their first unit of assignment. It uses mission command case studies and scenarios to prepare Cadets to face the complex ethical demands of serving as a commissioned officer in the United States Army. 3 cr, 1st (Fall) Semester
  • OTP MS 402: Mission Command and the Company Grade Officer
    MSL 402 has Cadets explore the dynamics of leading in complex situations during Unified Land Operations; examine the Art of Command; learn how to properly communicate with and develop Non- Commissioned Officers and Soldiers; discuss situations on how ethical decisions impact personnel and the unit mission; and learn how Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF), Being Ready and Resilient (R2C), and Individual and Family Readiness can assist leaders in preparing Soldiers and their Families on reducing and managing stress during times of uncertainty. The course places significant emphasis on preparing Cadets for Basic Officer Leadership Course-B and their first unit of assignment. It uses mission command case studies and scenarios to prepare Cadets to face the complex ethical demands of serving as a commissioned officer in the United States Army. 3 cr, 2d (Spring) Semester
  • OTP MS 403: Leadership Lab
  • OTP MS 404: Leadership Lab
  • OTP NS 103: Introduction to Naval Science
    General introduction to seapower and the naval service, covering an overview of the organization and historical development of the U.S. Navy and its tactics and equipment. Covers the basic tenets of naval courtesy and customs; core values of honor, courage, and commitment; discipline; leadership; and shipboard organization; as well as the major challenges facing today's naval officer.
  • OTP NS 104: Seapower & Maritime Affairs
    An historical study of the US Navy from the American Revolution to the modern era. Traces the US Navy's rise from a coastal defense force into the world's premier naval power. Major themes include wars, events, people, technology, strategy, tactics and diplomacy that shaped naval history and America's role in the world.
  • OTP NS 111: Naval Leadership Lab
    Required by all Naval Science Freshman FALL Semester
  • OTP NS 112: Naval Leadership Lab
    Required by all Naval Science Freshman SPRING SEMESTER
  • OTP NS 203: Leadership & Management
    An introduction to the basic concepts of leadership, ethics and resource management. Leadership and management challenges are explored in context of the interdependence between leaders, followers and situations through historical case studies and examples in the civilian workplace. Labs provide comprehensive study of organizational behavior and management with special emphasis on situational leadership in the military. Fall Sem. 3cr.
  • OTP NS 204: Navigation
    Fundamentals of marine navigation, electronic navigation, relative motion, and nautical "rules of the road." Overview of tools of the modern naval watch officer taught in a simulation-based computer classroom
  • OTP NS 211: Naval Leadership Lab
    Required by all Naval Science Sophomores - FALL SEMESTER
  • OTP NS 212: Naval Leadership Lab
    Required by all Naval Science Sophomores - SPRING SEMESTER
  • OTP NS 303: Naval Ships Systems, Engineering
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: Calculus I & II
    Fundamentals of applied shipboard engineering principles and systems. Topics: thermodynamics, electrical theory, fundamentals of nuclear power, propulsion systems, electrical distribution, ship stability and control and damage control. 3 cr Fall Sem
  • OTP NS 304: Naval Ships Systems, Weapons
    Fundamental theory and basic operation of naval weapons systems. Topics: fundamentals of electromagnetic waves, radar, acoustic waves, and underwater propagation; electronic warfare, undersea warfare, fire control systems, weapon architecture, and guidance systems. 3cr Spring Semester
  • OTP NS 311: Naval Leadership Lab
    Required of Naval Science JUNIORS - FALL SEMESTER
  • OTP NS 312: Naval Leadership Lab
    Required of all Naval Science JUNIORS - SPRING SEMESTER
  • OTP NS 330: Evolution of Warfare
    Traces development of warfare from dawn of recorded history to present, focusing on the impact of major military theorists, strategists, tacticians, and technological developments. Seeks to understand the relationships between military training, weaponry, strategies and tactics, and the societies and cultures that produce and then are defended by those military structures. By examining the association between a society and its military, students acquire basic sense of strategy, develop an understanding of military alternatives, and see the impact of historical precedents on military thoughts and actions.
  • OTP NS 403: Naval Operations & Seamanship
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: OTP NS 204
    A capstone course for senior midshipmen in advanced navigation, communications, naval operations, and naval warfare. Students learn through simulation in a computer classroom. Prereq: NS202 FALL Sem cr. 3
  • OTP NS 404: Leadership & Ethics
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: OTP NS 203
    Analyzes ethical decision - making and leadership principles. Students read and discuss texts written by such philosophers as Aristotle, Kant and Mill to gain familiarity with the realm of ethical theory. Students then move on to case studies in which they apply these theories to resolve moral dilemmas. Provides a basic background in the duties and responsibilities of a junior division and watch officer; strong emphasis on the junior officer's responsibilities in training, counseling, and career development. Student familiarization with equal opportunity and drug/alcohol rehabilitation programs. Principles of leadership reinforced through leadership case studies. 3 cr. 2nd sem