Military Studies: Naval Science (Minor)
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The Departments of Aerospace Studies (AS), Military Science (MS), and Naval Science (NS) offers a minor in Military Studies to any undergraduate degree student interested in learning about military skills and careers. Students will develop the mental, moral, and physical skills needed to make them capable of being stronger leaders. The desire to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship, and government will be instilled. Students will also be instilled the highest ideals of duty, honor, and loyalty in order to commission college graduates as officers with a basic professional background and motivation toward careers in the military.
Students may declare their intention to complete the Military Studies minor by consulting with one of the advisors listed below.
The commanders of the respective concentrations will certify the minor prior to graduation (see the contact information below). The minor must be completed no later than the semester in which the student expects to graduate from his or her degree program. Paperwork for certification should be completed no later than during the registration period for the student’s final semester at NC State.
Lt Col John Dumont, Air Force ROTC
Reynolds Coliseum Suite 137
SIS Code: 24MSNSM
- Complete 15 credit hours from any one of the following concentrations.
- A grade of “C” or better must be achieved in all courses taken.
- A minimum of 6 hours must be taken at the 300 or 400 level. Students may combine courses from the lists.
Required Courses (15 credit hours)
Choose from one of the three (3) concentrations: Aerospace Studies, Military Science, or Naval Science.
|AS 121||Heritage and Values I||1|
|AS 122||Heritage and Values II||1|
|AS 221||Team and Leadership Fundamentals I||1|
|AS 222||Team and Leadership Fundamentals II||1|
|AS 321||Leading People and Effective Communication I||3|
|AS 322||Leading People and Effective Communication II||3|
|AS 421||National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty I||3|
|AS 422||National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty II||3|
|MS 101||Introduction to Leadership and Values I||1|
|MS 102||Basic Military Leadership||1|
|MS 201||Intermediate Leadership Theory I||2|
|MS 301||Military Leadership and Training Management||3|
|MS 302||Applied Leadership in Small Unit Operations||3|
|MS 401||Advanced Military Science - Leadership and Systems Management||3|
|MS 402||Advanced Military Science - Military Justice, Ethics and Professionalism||3|
|NS 110||Introduction to Naval Science||2|
|NS 210||Leadership and Management||3|
|NS 315||Naval Engineering||3|
|NS 315||Naval Engineering||3|
|NS 415||Naval Operations||4|
|NS 330||Evolution of Warfare||3|
|NS 325||Naval Weapons Systems||3|
|HI 351||U.S. Naval History||3|
|NS 420||Naval Leadership and Ethics||3|
|NS 430||Amphibious Warfare||3|
Students have the ability to choose among the various courses for the concentrations listed above.