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Course Descriptions

To review curriculum required in the deck officer program, refer to the appropriate curriculum guide. The Bachelor of Science in Maritime Technology degree requires 120 credit hours. General Education coursework completed at other colleges or universities will be evaluated for transfer.

ECO 201 - Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 202 - Principles of Microeconomics

ENG 111 - English Composition

ENG 112 - English Composition

ENV 117 - Meteorology & Climatology

MDK 100 - Survival at Sea

MDK 104 - Rigging & Ship Maintenance Lab

MDK 106 - Watchstanding I

MDK 112 - Rules of the Nautical Road

MDK 121 - Navigation I

MDK 122 - Navigation I Lab

MDK 149 - Damage Control & Safety

MDK 200 - Ship Business & Labor Relation

MDK 206 - Watchstanding II

MDK 210 - Deck Sea Project I

MDK 221 - Lakes Piloting

MDK 222 - River Piloting

MDK 242 - Ship Stability

MDK 311 - Deck Sea Project II

MDK 312 - Deck Sea Project III

MDK 324 - Navigation III

MDK 330 - Medical First Aid Provider

MDK 331 - Electronic Navigation

MDK 332 - Electronic Navigation Lab

MDK 333 - Automatic Radar Plotting Aids

MDK 341 - Ship Construction

MDK 345 - Dry Cargo Stowage

MDK 404 - Marine Supervisory Lab

MDK 411 - Marine Communications

MDK 431 - ECDIS

MDK 445 - Liquid Cargo Stowage

MDK 446 - Bridge Resource Management

MDK 448 - Pilot/Mate License Prep

MDK 454 - GMDSS

MGT 241 - Principles of Management

MNG 100 - Intro to Vessel Operations

MNG 105 - Shipboard Information Systems

MNS 100 - Naval Science

MTH 121 - College Algebra

MTH 122 - Trigonometry

PHL 202 - Contemporary Ethical Dilemmas

PHY 105 - Physics of the World Around Us