Sea Power and Maritime Affairs (3) Historical evolution of sea power and its effects on world history; current U.S. maritime strategy for employment of naval forces.
NAVSC 102 Sea Power and Maritime Affairs (3)
The curriculum for Sea Power and Maritime Affairs provides a U.S. Naval history survey emphasizing major developments in strategy, tactics, technology and the effects of political climate thereon. Primary topics include: significant naval engagements and milestones, prominent leaders and their contributions, the role of sea power in national policy and diplomacy in both peacetime and war through the present day. The course also studies Mahan’s naval strategy along with the effects of maritime policy on global stability and the importance of Joint Warfare and power projection.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.