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Class of 2010 Plebe Advising. CAPT(sel) Thomas A. Logue, Computer Science. Majors for the Class of 2010. Majors shown in red italics are proposed for the Class of 2010. Critical Languages. FA101, FC101, FJ101 or FR101 – new courses for you! Arabic and Chinese majors have been approved.

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Class of 2010 Plebe Advising

CAPT(sel) Thomas A. Logue, Computer Science


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Majors for the Class of 2010

Majors shown in red italics are proposed for the Class of 2010.


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Critical Languages

  • FA101, FC101, FJ101 or FR101 – new courses for you!

  • Arabic and Chinese majors have been approved.

  • Regional Studies Majors (Asian and Middle Eastern) are tentative (waiting approval) starting with the class of 2010

  • To be selected:

    • You must have a strong general academic background with high Math SAT/ACTs.

    • Interview with the Language Studies representative during the platoon's scheduled 15minute Q&A period at 1430.

    • Take the DLAB - Defense Language Aptitude Battery test on 24July (Results determine which plebes can take one of the critical language courses in the fall.)

  • It is easier to take a critical language course if:

    • You have validated one or more courses.  This makes it easier to fit in these language courses into your course matrix. 

  • If you haven’t validated a course:

    • Don’t worry!!

    • You can delay taking FP130 and HH104 to an upperclass year to make room for the language courses.

    • You will not fall behind because all critical language courses completed will count as HUM/SS electives for all majors.

  • Important Navy program. Financial incentives for language proficiency.

    • up to $300 per month additional pay for critical language proficiency.


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TYPICAL PLEBE YEAR

NL110 Preparing to Lead, Credits: 2

28th platoon will take this course in the spring.


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Course Numbering

Typical Variants:

P – Plebe

A – Additional help

S,A – Honors

C – With computers

E – For engineers

V – Validators

X – Foreign Mids

Nominal Year:

1 – 4/c

2 – 3/c

3 – 2/c

4 – 1/c

Division:

E – Engineering

S – Science

H – History / English

F – Poly Sci / Econ /

Languages

N – Pro Dev /

Officer Dev

P – Phys Ed

SM221P

Unique Course Identifier

Engineering:Math & Science:Humanities & Social Science:

A – Aero / Astro P – Physics E –Econ or English

E – ElectricalC – Chemistry H –History

M –Mechanical M–Math P –Political Science

N –Naval ArchO – Oceanography x –Arabic, Chinese,

& Ocean Engr French, German, Japanese,

S – Systems I – Computer Science Russian, and Spanish


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REQUIRED COURSES, Part 1

  • LEADERSHIP, ETHICS, LAW (NL)

  • SEAMANSHIP (NS) & NAVIGATION (NN)

  • POLITICAL SCIENCE (FP)

  • HISTORY (HH)

Look for variants:

FP130A, X

Possible to defer to 3/C year


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CHEMISTRY (SC)

Preferred: HH205P

or: HE217, FP210, FE210, SP211


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ENGLISH (HE)

Must take HE112,

BUT NO SUMMER SCHOOL!

Look for HE111S (honors) variant


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Extra hour each week for Trig

Almost validated!!

One less hour each week!!

MATHEMATICS (SM)

Must take SM122A

DURING SUMMER SCHOOL


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Physical Education

  • Boxing & Wrestling

  • Swimming:

    • 50-meter breaststroke (6to 11 strokes per 25 meters)

    • 50-meter backstroke (6to 11 strokes per 25 meters)

    • 5-meter tower jump

    • 40-foot underwater swim

    • 200-meter swim (5 minute 12 second maximum).

  • Personal Conditioning/wellness:

    • fundamental knowledge promoting a lifetime

      of health and physical fitness.


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28th Company Advisor Assignments by Alpha Code

  • Alpha Codes: (100252 through 102850) assigned to: CAPT(sel) Logue, USN ( [email protected] )

    • Midshipman Atwood

      up through to and including

    • Midshipman Hiner

  • Alpha Codes: (102964 through 107338) assigned to LT Backhaus, USN ( [email protected] )

    • Midshipman Howard

      up through to and including

    • Midshipman Zebian



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