Apr 27, 2018  
CSU Maritime Academy 2017/18 Academic Catalog 
    
CSU Maritime Academy 2017/18 Academic Catalog

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
BA Business Administration
CC Culture & Communication
ET Engineering Technology
XL Extended Learning
GSMA Global Studies and Maritime Affairs
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.

 

Business

   •  BUS 100 - Accounting Principles I: Financial
   •  BUS 101 - Accounting Principles II: Managerial
   •  BUS 120 - The Environment of Modern Business
   •  BUS 165 - Business Decision Analysis
   •  BUS 195 - Cruise Special Topics
   •  BUS 200 - Introduction to Marketing
   •  BUS 300 - International Business
   •  BUS 301 - International Business II - Country Research Analysis and Global Marketing
   •  BUS 302 - Principles of Research Design, Implementation & Analysis
   •  BUS 302L - Principles of Research Design, Implementation & Analysis Lab
   •  BUS 310 - Financial Management
   •  BUS 390 - Independent Study
   •  BUS 395 - Special Topics
   •  BUS 400 - Business and Society
   •  BUS 405 - Leadership and Group Dynamics

Chemistry

   •  CHE 105 - Introductory Chemistry
   •  CHE 105L - Introductory Chemistry Lab
   •  CHE 110 - General Chemistry
   •  CHE 110L - General Chemistry Lab
   •  CHE 195 - Special Topics
   •  CHE 205 - Chemistry of Power Plant Processes
   •  CHE 390 - Independent Study
   •  CHE 395 - Special Topics

Community Service Learning

   •  CSL 120 - Community Service Learning
   •  CSL 195 - Special Topics
   •  CSL 210 - Dying: The Final Stage of Living
   •  CSL 390 - Independent Study
   •  CSL 395 - Special Topics

Computing

   •  COM 100 - Introduction to Computers
   •  COM 195 - Special Topics
   •  COM 220L - Programming Applications for Engineering Technology Majors Lab
   •  COM 390 - Independent Study
   •  COM 395 - Special Topics

Cooperative Education

   •  CEP 195 - Special Topics
   •  CEP 250 - ME Co-Op I
   •  CEP 270 - FET Co-Op I
   •  CEP 300 - Business Industry Co-Op I
   •  CEP 330 - GSMA Co-Op
   •  CEP 350 - ME Co-Op II
   •  CEP 370 - FET Co-Op II
   •  CEP 390 - Independent Study
   •  CEP 395 - Special Topics
   •  CEP 400 - Business Industry Co-op II

Cruise

   •  CRU 100 - Sea Training I (Deck)
   •  CRU 150 - Sea Training I (Engine)
   •  CRU 190 - Basic Safety Training
   •  CRU 195 - Introduction to Maritime Operations (Non-License Program Course)
   •  CRU 200 - Sea Training II (Deck)
   •  CRU 200L - Sea Training II (Deck)
   •  CRU 225 - USCG Sea Training II (Deck)
   •  CRU 225L - USCG Sea Training II Lab (Deck)
   •  CRU 250 - Sea Training II (Engine)
   •  CRU 275 - USCG Sea Training II (Engine)
   •  CRU 300 - Sea Training III (Deck)
   •  CRU 350 - Sea Training III (Engine)
   •  CRU 390 - Independent Study
   •  CRU 395 - Special Topics

Deck Labs

   •  DL 100 - Small Craft Operations
   •  DL 105 - Marine Survival
   •  DL 105L - Marine Survival Lab
   •  DL 105X - USCG Lifeboatman'S Exam
   •  DL 109 - Industrial Equipment and Safety
   •  DL 110 - Ship Operations I
   •  DL 111 - Ship Operations II
   •  DL 115 - Marlinspike
   •  DL 120 - Cargo Operations
   •  DL 125 - Graphics
   •  DL 195 - Special Topics
   •  DL 240 - Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS)
   •  DL 240L - Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS) Lab
   •  DL 301 - Navigation Piloting Lab
   •  DL 305 - Tug and Barge
   •  DL 310 - Marine Supervisory Lab
   •  DL 311 - Marine Management Lab
   •  DL 320 - Introduction to Bridge Simulation
   •  DL 325 - RADAR/ARPA
   •  DL 325L - RADAR/ARPA Lab
   •  DL 335 - Integrated Bridge-Engine Room Watch Management
   •  DL 390 - Independent Study
   •  DL 395 - Special Topics
   •  DL 405 - Shipboard Medical
   •  DL 405L - Shipboard Medical Lab
   •  DL 410 - Ship Handling
   •  DL 420 - Watchstanding Simulation

Economics

   •  ECO 100 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 101 - Microeconomics
   •  ECO 195 - Special Topics
   •  ECO 200 - Economic Geography
   •  ECO 305 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECO 390 - Independent Study
   •  ECO 395 - Special Topics

Engineering

   •  ENG 100 - Engineering Graphics
   •  ENG 110 - Introduction to Engineering and Technology
   •  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 & Analysis
   •  ENG 390 - Independent Study
   •  ENG 395 - Special Topics
 

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