The performance of Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps graduates at the Surface Warfare Officers School Division Officer Course
Chapman, Dale Scott
Crawford, Alice M.
Mehay, Stephen L.
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Department of Defense budget cuts and force reduction have created the need to maximize the efficiency of the Naval Reserve Officers TRaining Corps (NROTC) program. This thesis addresses on dimension of NROTC productivity by analyzing the performance of program graduates at one of the Navy's post-accession schools. Specifically, this study evaluates the performance of NROTC graduates at the Surface Warfare Officers School Division Officer Course (SWOSDOC) located in Coronado, California. Based on the results of this study, the performance of NROTC graduates at SWOSDOC is higher than it has ever been. The performance of SWOSDOC classes as a whole is also higher than in the past as indicated by higher overall GPAs and very low attrition and setback rates.
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