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B.A. History Military Science-Navy

Curriculum

History-Military Science-Navy (B.A. History Military Science-Navy)

For the History-Military Science (Navy) Sequence, 36 hours in history are required, of which 21 must be at the 300 or 400 level, with a minimum of 6 credit hours of non-Western history. Twenty-six credit hours in Military Science are required.

FIRST YEAR 1ST SEM. 2ND SEM. TOTAL
IUL 101 Introduction to University Life 3 - 3
BIO 100 Biological Science - 3 3
ENG 101 & 102 Communication Skills Parts 1 & 2 3 3 6
HIS 102 & 103 Survey of US History, Parts 1 & 2 3 3 6
MTH 184 & 251 Calculus I & II 4 4 8
NSC 101 & 102 Intro. to Naval Science and Sea Power & Maritime 2 3 5
NSC 111 & 112 D Basic Drill and Ceremonies 1 1 2
  16 17 33
 
SECOND YEAR 1ST SEM. 2ND SEM. TOTAL
HIS 205 Introduction to History (FO) 3 - 3
Foreign Language 111 3 - 3
HIS 100 & 101 History of World Societies Parts 1 & 2 3 3 6
NSC 201 & 202 Ship's Systems (Engineering, Weapons) 3 3 6
NSC 211 & 212 Drill and Ceremonies 1 1 2
ENG 207 World Literature 3 - 3
POS 100 American Government - 3 3
PHY 160 Physics I - 4 4
  16 14 30
 
THIRD YEAR 1ST SEM. 2ND SEM. TOTAL
CSC 150 or 200 Computer Literacy - 3 3
HIS 305 3 Rs of History (SO) - 3 3
HIS 380 American Military History 3 - 3
History Electives (300-400 level) 4 3 7
NSC 301 & 302 Navigation and Seamanship I & II 3 3 6
NSC 311 & 312 Drill and Ceremonies 1 1 2
SCM 285 Principles of Speech - 3 3
PHY 161 Physics II - 4 4
  15 16 31
 
FOURTH YEAR 1ST SEM. 2ND SEM. TOTAL
HIS 335 or 336 African American History or HIS 370 or 371 African History - 3 3
GEO 130 Principles of Geography 3 - 3
HIS 497 Introduction to Historical Research (FO) 3 - 3
HIS 439 Recent American History, 1932 to the Present (SO) - 3 3
History Electives 3 3 6
NSC 401 & 402 Leadership (Management Ethics) 3 3 6
NSC 411 & 412 Drill and Ceremonies 1 1 2
  13 13 26
(FO) = Taught during Fall Semester only
(SO) = Taught during Spring Semester only
    120
 

Version Date: February 21, 2013

Note: Navy ROTC requires that all students take at least 12 credit hours in addition to their Naval Science courses each semester.