NAVR-4010 (3) Leadership and Management 1

Comprehensively studies organizational leadership. Emphasizes motivation, communication, empowerment, and needs of subordinates. Studies the role of professional and personal ethics in organizational leadership.

PRLC-4010 (4) 21st Century Leadership

An advanced course that focuses on critical analysis of leadership principles and techniques. Designed to provide theoretical and hands-on experience for individuals who wish to function in leadership roles at high levels of competence in the workplace and in the civic arena.

AIRR-4020 (3) National Security Forces in Contemporary American Society 2

Two 1 1/2-hour seminars and one 2-hour lab per week. a continuation of AIRR 4010. Includes defense strategy conflict management, formulation/implementation of U.S. defense policy, and organizational factors and case studies in policy making, military law, uniform code of military justice, and communication skills.

NAVR-4020 (3) Leadership and Ethics

Studies the ethics and laws of armed conflict, analyzing the leadership responsibilities of officers in conflict. Studies the military justice system and Naval legal administrative procedures, comparing military law with civilian criminal and civil law. Defines the responsibilities of junior officers within the military justice system.

NAVR-4030 (3) Navigation

Offers theory and practical application in the art of navigation: charts, publications, piloting, dead reckoning, navigation aids and instruments, time, sextant use, electronic fixing, global positioning system, and voyage planning.

MILR-4072 (3) Officer Leadership and Development 1

Examines management and leadership concepts and techniques associated with planning and executing military training and operations at company and higher echelons. Includes analyses of professional ethics and values, effective training principles and procedures, subordinate counseling, and effective staff officer briefing techniques. Also investigates other subjects such as counter terrorism, modern peacekeeping missions, and the impact of the information revolution on the art of land warfare. Conducted both in and out of classroom setting and with multiple practical leadership opportunities to organize cadet training and activities. Prereq.,consent of the Professor of Military Science.

MILR-4082 (3) Officer Leadership and Development 2

Continues Milr 4072 study of management and leadership concepts and techniques, providing practical leadership experiences in the classroom and during multiple cadet-run activities. Also examines varied topics such as theory and practice of the military justice system, law of war, military-media relations, support mechanisms for soldiers and their families, operational security considerations, and historical case studies in military leadership in the context of 21st century land warfare. Prereq., consent of the Professor of Military Science.

NAVR-4101 (3) Amphibious Warfare

Surveys the development of amphibious doctrine. Emphasizes the evolution of amphibious warfare in the 20th century. Explores present-day potential and limitations on amphibious operations, including the rapid force deployment concept.

RSEI-5000 (3) Energy Science and Technology

Examines the basics of energy science and technology. Covers both conventional energy sources such as oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear and hydroelectric; and renewable/sustainable energy technologies including wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, and end-use efficiency. Investigates the technological promise and progress of each technology, as well as its limitations and challenges. Prerequisites: Restricted to Graduate Students only.

RSEI-5001 (3) Renewable Energy Policy

Examines the technology, policy and politics of renewables. Technology includes the resource, science, and engineering aspects of renewables. Policy includes various policy levers used to influence renewables. Politics refers to political settings of renewables: how decision-makers perceive them, who supports/opposes policies, and how policies progress through the political process. Prereq., an introductory energy science and technology course. Prerequisites: Restricted to Graduate Students only.

RSEI-5002 (3) The Business of Renewable Energy

Addresses the business of renewable energy, including opportunities and challenges with renewable electricity, renewable transportation fuels, and energy efficiency. Topics include energy markets, opportunity identification, life cycle analysis, economic analysis, policy impacts, and project financing of sustainable renewable energy business models. Prereqs., RSEI 5000 and 5001. Prerequisites: Restricted to Graduate Students only.

RSEI-5100 (1) Renewable and Sustainable Energy Seminar

Examines a wide range of energy issues in seminar format. Students attend energy-related seminars and critique/evaluate the presented material. Open to graduate students from all disciplines. Prerequisites: Restricted to Graduate Students only.

RSEI-5200 (3) Energy Topics Course

Covers timely topics related to renewable and sustainable energy. Specific offerings vary by semester. Prerequisites: Restricted to Graduate Students only.