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    CSU Maritime Academy
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
CSU Maritime Academy 2015/16-2016/17 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Undergraduate Course Descriptions


Definitions

A prerequisite is an academic requirement that must be completed prior to enrolling in a course.

A co-requisite is an academic requirement that must be taken concurrently with a course.

♦ Denotes a course that fulfills STCW (Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers) requirements. US Coast Guard license program students must achieve a grade of C- or higher in order to pass an STCW course.

(CSL) Denotes that these courses have a community service component, which may be in addition to regular class hours or part of the course itself, as indicated.

Academic Department/School Designations

ATH Athletics
CC Culture & Communication
ET Engineering Technology
XL Extended Learning
LIB Library
MT Marine Transportation
MPM Maritime Policy and Management
ME Mechanical Engineering
NS Naval Science
SM Sciences & Mathematics

The academic department designation with the course description determines the department that hosts the course.

All courses are graded using the A–F system unless otherwise specified.

Course Numbering System

0 – 99: remedial courses (not applicable to degree)
100 – 299: .lower division
300 – 499: upper division

Electives

Scheduled general electives can be found in the searchable online class schedule. In the Class Search criteria, enter “ELEC” under Course Attribute to search for all electives. Additionally, use Course Attribute value for individual electives. These electives are also identified according to their designation within the five areas of the CSU General Education requirements.

 

Economics

   •  ECO 185 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  ECO 195 - Special Topics
   •  ECO 200 - Economic Geography
   •  ECO 305 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECO 385 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  ECO 390 - Independent Study
   •  ECO 395 - Special Topics

Engineering

   •  ENG 100 - Engineering Graphics
   •  ENG 110 - Introduction to Engineering and Technology
   •  ENG 120 - Engineering Communications
   •  ENG 185 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  ENG 195 - Special Topics
   •  ENG 210 - Engineering Computer Programming
   •  ENG 250 - Electrical Circuits and Electronics
   •  ENG 250L - Electrical Circuits and Electronics Lab
   •  ENG 300 - Engineering Numerical Modeling and Analysis
   •  ENG 385 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  ENG 390 - Independent Study
   •  ENG 395 - Special Topics
   •  ENG 430 - Naval Architecture
   •  ENG 440 - Power Engineering
   •  ENG 440L - Power Engineering Lab
   •  ENG 470 - Engineering Management
   •  ENG 472 - Facilities Management

Engineering Plant Operations

   •  EPO 110 - Plant Operations I
   •  EPO 125 - Introduction to Marine Engineering
   •  EPO 125L - Introduction to Marine Engineering Lab
   •  EPO 135 - Historic Vessel Preservation
   •  EPO 185 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  EPO 195 - Special Topics
   •  EPO 210 - Plant Operations II
   •  EPO 213 - Welding Lab
   •  EPO 214 - Boilers
   •  EPO 215 - Manufacturing Processes I
   •  EPO 217 - Shipboard Medical
   •  EPO 220 - Diesel Engineering I
   •  EPO 230 - Steam Plant System Operations
   •  EPO 235 - Steam Plant Watch Team Management
   •  EPO 310 - Plant Operations III
   •  EPO 312 - Turbines
   •  EPO 315 - Manufacturing Processes II
   •  EPO 319 - Facilities Engineering Diagnostics Lab
   •  EPO 321 - Introduction to Power Generation Plants
   •  EPO 322 - Diesel Engineering II/ Simulator
   •  EPO 322L - Diesel Engineering II/ Simulator Lab
   •  EPO 324 - Refrigeration & A/C for QMED
   •  EPO 325 - QMED Fundamentals
   •  EPO 385 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  EPO 390 - Independent Study
   •  EPO 395 - Special Topics
   •  EPO 413 - Advanced Welding and Fabrication

Engineering Technology

   •  ET 110 - Introduction to Engineering Technology
   •  ET 185 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  ET 195 - Special Topics
   •  ET 230 - Properties of Materials
   •  ET 230L - Properties of Materials Lab
   •  ET 232 - Statics
   •  ET 250 - Electrical Circuits
   •  ET 250L - Electrical Circuits Lab
   •  ET 330 - Dynamics
   •  ET 332 - Strength of Materials
   •  ET 340 - Fluid Mechanics
   •  ET 340L - Fluid Mechanics Lab
   •  ET 342 - Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
   •  ET 342L - Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab
   •  ET 344 - Thermodynamics
   •  ET 350 - Electrical Machinery
   •  ET 350L - Electrical Machinery Lab
   •  ET 370 - Electronics
   •  ET 370L - Electronics Lab
   •  ET 385 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  ET 390 - Independent Study
   •  ET 395 - Special Topics
   •  ET 400 - Instrumentation and Measurement
   •  ET 400L - Instrumentation and Measurement Lab
   •  ET 442 - Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
   •  ET 442L - Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Lab
   •  ET 460 - Automation
   •  ET 460L - Automation Lab
   •  ET 490 - Power Engineering Technology
   •  ET 490L - Power Engineering Technology Lab

English and Communications

   •  EGL 001 - Introduction to Composition
   •  EGL 100 - English Composition
   •  EGL 105 - English as a Second Language
   •  EGL 110 - Speech Communication (Csl)
   •  EGL 185 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  EGL 195 - Special Topics
   •  EGL 200 - Introduction to Literature
   •  EGL 220 - Critical Thinking
   •  EGL 300 - Advanced Writing
   •  EGL 305 - Twentieth-Century American Literature
   •  EGL 310 - U.S. Literature of the Sea
   •  EGL 315 - World Literature of the Sea
   •  EGL 320 - Literature of the Fantastic
   •  EGL 325 - Creative Writing
   •  EGL 330 - Literature and Psychology
   •  EGL 385 - Study Abroad Elective
   •  EGL 390 - Independent Study
   •  EGL 395 - Special Topics

Firefighting

   •  FF 185 - Study Abroad Elective
 

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