Battle Space on Demand: Our Approach to Educating Our Masters and Doctors Students
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Educating our METOC and Physical Oceanography masters and doctoral students is the most important activity of the department. Our education mission is to provide a sound understanding of the science of physical oceanography and to develop the technical expertise to provide and use oceanographic and acoustic data and models in support of all aspects of sea operations and undersea warfare. Our central focus is equipping our students to perform well as technical leaders in the world they will face after graduation.
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