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Navy JROTC

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NAVAL SCIENCE
I (1.0) credit

Introductory course focusing on the elements of leadership and the value of scholarship. Topics include sea power, history of maritime events, introduction to ships, navigation and maritime geography. Basic individual, squad and company close-order drill are also part of the curriculum. Participants must meet grooming standards and wear uniform as required.

 

NAVAL SCIENCE II (1.0) credit

Builds on the student’s knowledge of leadership, management and naval orientation. Oceanography, navigation, ship construction, naval weapons, small boat seamanship and survival training are addressed. Basic individual, squad and company close-order drill are also part of the curriculum. Participants must meet grooming standards and wear uniform as required.

 

NAVAL SCIENCE III (1.0) credit

Introduction to military justice, international law and the law of the sea. Studies in leadership management, navigation, meteorology, naval ships, aircraft and weapons systems continue to progress. Naval history covers WWII to present. Performance in leadership is required, and there is continued training in drills, commands and ceremonies.

 

NAVAL SCIENCE IV (1.0) credit

Revolves around leadership and management of the NJROTC unit throughout the various activities. Cadets will be directly involved in planning and conducting military ceremonies, community and school service events, and unit orientation trips, public performances and competition.