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gration with the student’s major. This minor complements and enriches many disciplines and pre-professional areas.

211 Navigation Lab for NS 205 (Navy Option) (No credit) For students seeking a commission in the Navy. *Concurrent enrollment in NS 205 required.

Requirements for the Minor in Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution

303 Amphibious Warfare I (Marine Option) (2 s.h.) Historical survey of the projection of sea power ashore. *Must concurrently register for either NS 313 or MS 350.

21 semester hours Three of the following: COMM 225, COMM 280 Intercultural, PSYC 221, REL 223/COMM 237, PHIL/REL 320 Three of the following (no more than two from any one department): ANTH 120, ANTH 202, AS 212, AS 251, AS 275, BIOL 148, COMM 210 or COMM 230, COMM 285, ECON 215, ECON 272, ECON 280, HIST 266, PHIL 232, PHIL/REL 233, PHIL 235, REL 130, REL 203, REL 221, REL 232, REL 234, POLS 209, POLS 221, POLS 310, PSCY 216, PSYC 218, SOC 112, SOC 240, SOC 248, SOC 262, SOC 264 Either a faculty-approved 3 s.h. internship (see conditions below*) or one of the following: PHIL 140, POLS 235, SOC 282, REL 310

304 Amphibious Warfare II (Marine Option) (2 s.h.) Continuation of NS 303. *Must concurrently register for either NS 314 or MS 351. 308 Naval Engineering (1 s.h.) Familiarizes students with the types, structures and purpose of Navy ships. 309 Naval Weapons Systems (Navy and Marine Option) (2 s.h.) Covers the principles of Naval weapons systems, including the integration of Marine Corps combat elements with a Navy Battle Group. *Must concurrently register for either NS 315, NS 413, or MS 450.

*The internship must have a mediation/conflict resolution or a community-service emphasis and be registered under one of the following departments: Philosophy, Religion, Sociology, Communication, Political Science, or Psychology.

313 Amphibious Warfare I Lab for NS 303 (Marine Option) (No credit) For students seeking a commission in the Marine Corps. Emphasizes preparation for NROTC Officer Candidate School at Quantico, Virginia. *Concurrent enrollment in NS 303 is required.

Note: For course descriptions and information on contributing faculty, please see the listings of the departments named above.

314 Amphibious Warfare II Lab for NS 304 (Marine Option) (No credit) For students seeking a commission in the Marine Corps. *Concurrent enrollment in NS 304 required.

Philosophy

315 Navy Leadership Lab I for NS 309 (Navy Option) (No credit) For students seeking a commission in the Navy. *Concurrent enrollment in NS 309 is required.

James Gilman, department head Kenneth Beals, Roderic Owen, Edward Scott

Requirements for the Major in Philosophy

408 Naval Operations and Seamanship (Navy Option) (2 s.h.) Comprehensive study of the theory, principles and procedures of naval operations. *Must concurrently register for either NS 411 or MS 351.

34 semester hours PHIL 101 PHIL 103 PHIL 201 PHIL 202 PHIL 301 PHIL 400 PHIL 401 Five additional courses in Philosophy One year of a foreign language

411 Naval Operations Lab for NS 408 (Navy Option) (2 s.h.) For students seeking a commission in the Navy. *Concurrent enrollment in NS 408 required. 412 Navy Leadership Lab II for NS 402 (Navy Option) (No credit) For students seeking a commission in the Navy. *Concurrent enrollment in NS 402 is required.

Requirements for the Major Combining Philosophy and Religion

413 Marine Leadership Lab I for NS 309 (Marine Option) (No credit) For students seeking a commission in the Marine Corps. *Concurrent enrollment in NS 309 is required.

34 semester hours PHIL 101 PHIL 103 PHIL 201 or PHIL 202 One philosophy course at the 300-level PHIL 400 PHIL 401 REL 101 or REL 102 REL 202 or AS/REL 212 One religion course at the 300 level REL 400 REL 401 Additional courses to total 34 s.h.

414 Marine Leadership Lab II for NS 402 (Marine Option) (No credit) For students seeking a commission in the Marine Corps. *Concurrent enrollment in NS 402 is required.

Peacemaking & Conflict Resolution Roderic Owen, coordinator Students interested in issues and perspectives revolving around the themes of difference, diversity, and multiculturalism and in the skills and techniques emerging from mediation, conflict resolution, and non-violence may pursue a multi-disciplinary minor in Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution. Requirements encourage cross-disciplinary study, a combination of theory and praxis, and (when possible) inte-

Requirements for the Minor in Philosophy 21 semester hours PHIL 101 77

Undergraduate Offerings

MBC offers a major and a minor in philosophy, and a major combining philosophy and religion. Some students develop independent majors, combining philosophy with other disciplines such as English, history, psychology, or political science.

402 Leadership and Ethics (Navy and Marine Option) (2 s.h.) Seminar on leadership principles and management techniques as they apply to the duties and responsibilities of junior officers. *Must concurrently register for NS 412, NS 414, or MS 451.


Academic Catalog 2010-11