In this degree program, educational coursework has been developed for each of three key concepts; hazard, risk, and disaster of environment management. This is a 147 credit program distributed into major courses, support courses, naval science courses and Sea terms and industrial cooperative courses. The academic year consists of two academic semesters of approximately fifteen weeks each and a six-week long, off-campus work experience: either a Sea Term or an Industrial Cooperative Program. For further details please see academy brochure and course curriculum.
Earth sciences, Hazardous material, GIS, Risk assessment, Natural hazards, Public health, Technological hazards, Legal issues, Fire dynamics, Crisis communication, Information technology, Emergency management.
High school / senior secondary graduation, a strong academic program - stressing math and laboratory sciences like biology, chemistry and physics, SAT or ACT scores, leadership potential, athletic or extracurricular participation, as well as community involvement, employment, maritime experience, two letters of recommendation and a personal interview.
Application form, SAT or ACT scores, two letters of recommendation, proof of extracurricular - community activities. Application forms may be obtained by writing or calling the Office of Admissions.
A series of financial aid sources and scholarships are available for US students. Academy offers a total of USD 341984.00 worth of merit scholarships every year, for details please see admission catalogue.
For In-State students USD 1,138.00, for Regional States USD 1,991.00 and All other States and Foreign Students USD 12,712.00 For detailed break up and additional costs please see finance section.
01 Nov 2007
16 Oct 2007
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