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SEA 3680 SEA Introduction to Nautical Science

Course description

Nautical Science teaches the practical skills and theoretical background necessary to safely operate a tall ship on the high seas. Students learn and apply essential concepts in general physics, astronomy, and meteorology. During the sea component, students apply these concepts while acting as active and increasingly responsible members of the ships crew, working toward the ultimate role of Junior Watch Officer. Outcome 1: Students will complete lab exercises and workshops to become proficient in skills of the mariner. Outcome 2: Students will complete exams covering lecture material.


The next offering of this course is undetermined at this time. Find similar upcoming programs by tag: astronomy/space, ecology/nature, marine science, meteorology, physics, summer, U.S. (east)

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