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What's New
Important dates and events: (See also current semester calendar.)
  • Mon, 24 Mar @ 0700: Summer School voluntary registration opens. See our Summer School Information Page for links to schedules, FAQs and more.
  • The Final Exam Schedule is now posted. All midshipmen and faculty members are urged to review the AcDeanNote on final examinations and exceptions.
The Start of Semester Items Notice and the Academic Advising, Registration and Preregistration Notice for Spring 2014 should each be read in their entirety by all faculty and midshipmen.

About the Academic Program

To prepare midshipmen as Naval officers, the Naval Academy’s curriculum blends professional subjects with required and elective courses similar to those offered at leading civilian colleges. Our curriculum has three basic elements:

  • Core requirements in engineering, natural sciences, the humanities and social sciences, to assure that graduates are able to think critically, solve increasingly technical problems in a dynamic, global environment, and express conclusions clearly.
  • Core academic courses and practical training to teach the leadership and professional skills required of Navy and Marine Corps officers.
  • An academic major that permits a midshipman to explore a discipline in some depth and prepare for graduate level work.
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Dedication Ceremony
When: Thu Apr 24, 2014 3:45pm to 4:45pm  EDT

Where: Memorial Hall

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Trident Scholar Conference
When: Fri Apr 25, 2014

Where: Ri103

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Trident Scholar Conference
When: Fri Apr 25, 2014 7:55am to 3:45pm  EDT

Where: Ri103
Event Description: 2014 Trident Scholar Presentations Friday, 25 Apr Rickover 103 0755 - Midn 1/C Christopher House (EE major) Sonic Actuation of Small-Scale Robots in a Fluidic Environment 0840 - Midn 1/C Matthew Lanoue (EE major) Next Generation Satellite Communications: Automatic Doppler Shift Compensation of PSK-31 via Software-Defined Radio 0925 - Midn 1/C Alec McGlaughlin (Operations Research major) Analyzing and Assessing Brain Structure with Graph Connectivity Metrics 1010 - Midn 1/C Brendan Egan (ME major) Pitching Flexible Propulsors: Experimental Assessment of Performance Characteristics 1055 - Midn 1/C Brynn Umbach (Chemistry major) Characterization of Microalgal Lipids for Optimization of Biofuels 1330 - Midn Eric Fugleberg (WSE major) System Identification and Control of a Joint-Actuated Buoy 1415 - Midn Grant Genzman (NAOE major) Analysis of the Loads on and Dynamic Response of a Floating Flexible Tube in Waves and Currents 1500 - Midn Colin Bogdan (Operations Research major) Applications of Graph-Theoretic Tests to Change Detection

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Last Day of Classes
When: Tue Apr 29, 2014


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