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  • COLLEGE CATALOG

    For Students Entering

    Maritime College

    During The

    2016-17 Academic Year

  • Table of Contents

    A Message from the President

    Mission, Vision, and Core Values

    Leadership

    Accreditations

    Non-Discrimination Policy

    Admissions

    Application and Evaluation Procedures

    Requirements for Admissions

    Additional Candidacy Categories

    Pre-Freshman Testing

    Undergraduate Transfer Credit Policies and Procedures

    Sources of Transfer Credit

    General Transfer Credit Guidelines

    Transfer Credit Procedures

    Credit Earned While in High School

    Experiential Learning

    Articulation Agreements

    Advanced Placement Examinations Table

    CLEP Table

    Graduate Transfer Credit Policies and Procedures

    2016-17 Tuition and Fees

    Tuition, Fees, and Refund Policies

    Health Insurance

    Meal Plans

    New York State Residency

    Past Due Accounts

    Refund Schedules

    Financial Aid

    Applicant Eligibility

    Application and Procedures

    Academic Departments and Contact Information

    Academic Policies and Procedures

    Academic Advising

    Academic Board

    Academic Distress and Sanctions Policy – Undergraduate

    Academic Distress and Sanctions Policy – Graduate

    Academic Integrity

    Accommodation Services

    Administrative Disenrollment

    Auditing a Course

    Credit Course Load

    Credit Hour Policy

    Declaring a Major

    Double Majors

    Drop/Add a Course

    Education Law (224-A)

    FERPA

    Final Examinations

    Forgiveness Policy

  • Good Academic Standing

    Grade Appeal

    Graduation Honors

    Graduation Requirements

    Leave of Absence

    Lines of Communication

    Official Grades and Calculation of GPA

    Readmission after a Withdrawal/Academic Disenrollment/Administrative Disenrollment

    Registration

    Repeat a Course

    Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for Financial Aid

    Semester Honors

    STCW (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping)

    Syllabus

    Withdrawal from School

    General Education at SUNY Maritime College

    Degrees, Majors, and Professional Experience Options

    Undergraduate Degree Curricula Notes

    General Remarks

    Rules about Curriculum Changes

    Definitions of Elective Categories for Undergraduate Degree Curricula

    Undergraduate Degree Curricula

    B.E. in Electrical Engineering (Deck, Engine, Internship)

    B.E. in Facilities Engineering (Engine, Internship)

    B.E. in Marine Engineering (Engine)

    B.E. in Mechanical Engineering (Engine, Internship)

    B.E. in Naval Architecture (Deck, Engine, Internship)

    B.S. in International Transportation and Trade with Internship

    B.S. in Marine Environmental Science, Marine Biology Minor (Deck, Internship)

    B.S. in Marine Environmental Science, Meteorology & Oceanography Minor (Deck, Internship)

    B.S. in Marine Operations (Deck, Engine)

    B.S. in Marine Transportation (Deck)

    B.S. in Maritime Studies (Deck, Internship)

    A.A.S. in Marine Technology: Small Vessel Operations (Limited Engine, Limited Deck)

    Minors Policy

    List of Approved Minors and Requirements

    Graduate Degree Curricula Notes

    General Remarks

    Rules about Curriculum Changes

    Graduate Degree Curricula

    M.S. in International Transportation Management

    M.S. in Maritime and Naval Studies

    Advanced Certificate in Supply Chain Management

    Undergraduate Course Descriptions

    Course Prefixes

    General Note on the Scheduling of Courses

    Definition of Prerequisite and Corequisite Courses

    SUNY General Education Requirements

    BIO Biology

    CHEM Chemistry

    CHIN Chinese

  • CS Computer Science

    ENGL English

    ENGR Engineering

    ES Environmental Science

    GBAC Accounting

    GBEC Economics and Finance

    GBLW Law

    GBMG Management

    GBTT Transportation Systems

    GBUS General Business

    GEOL Geology

    HIST History

    HUMN Humanities

    LEAD Leadership

    MATH Mathematics

    METE Meteorology

    MTDO Marine Technology Deck Officer

    MTEO Marine Technology Engine Officer

    MT Marine Transportation

    NAUT Nautical Science

    NAVG Navigation

    NVSC Naval Science

    OCEA Oceanography

    PE Physical Education

    PHYS Physics

    PS Professional Studies

    SPAN Spanish

    SS Social Science

    Courses in Reserve

    Courses Deleted from Course Catalog

    Graduate Course Descriptions

    Course Prefixes

    General Note on the Scheduling of Courses

    Definitions of Prerequisite and Corequisite Courses

    MNST Maritime and Naval Studies

    TGMT Transportation Management

    Courses in Reserve

    Courses Deleted from Course Catalog

    Faculty Directory

    Academic Calendar – Summer 2016

    Academic Calendar – Fall 2016 / Spring 2017

  • A Message from the President

    Dear Maritime College Community,

    Maritime College is a unique institution of higher learning with a very

    specific mission: educating dynamic leaders for the maritime industry.

    As the oldest and largest maritime academy in the country, we have a

    long tradition of ensuring our graduates are well prepared for exciting

    career opportunities in the maritime, engineering, energy, marine

    environmental, and business sectors. Key to your success are our

    core values: academic excellence, student centeredness, applied

    learning, relevance, leadership, integrity, and respect.

    Our e-Catalog provides a one-stop source of information for our

    students, prospective students, faculty and staff, about Maritime

    College’s admissions; academic curricula and requirements; the academic calendar;

    student services; rules, regulations, and policies; and a list of administrative officers and

    faculty.

    I encourage you to review this catalog, refer to it often, and provide feedback regarding

    how we can improve it make it more useful for you and others.

    I hope that you have a positive and rewarding experience while at SUNY Maritime

    College. I look forward to seeing you on campus.

    All the best,

    Michael A. Alfultis, Ph.D.

    Rear Admiral, United States Merchant Marine Service

    President, SUNY Maritime College

  • MISSION STATEMENT

    First and foremost, Maritime College educates dynamic leaders for the global maritime industry.

    VISION STATEMENT

    Maritime College will be recognized as the leading maritime educational institution.

    CORE VALUES

    Academic Excellence - Maritime College is committed to the pursuit of excellence in teaching, scholarship, and research

    Student-Centeredness - Maritime College is committed to an environment that values student success, development and personal growth

    Integrity - Maritime College is committed to principles of integrity and ethics in all aspects of our operations

    Respect - Maritime College embraces diversity & inclusion, and celebrates the unique contributions of all

    Leadership - Maritime College is committed to providing multiple leadership development opportunities for all students

    Applied Learning - Maritime College programs and majors are infused with hands-on, experiential learning opportunities

    Relevance - Maritime College has an adaptive curriculum that responds to the complex and evolving needs of the maritime industry

  • Leadership

    SUNY Board of Trustees

    H. Carl McCall, Chair Eunice A. Lewin

    Joseph Belluck Marshall Lichtman

    Courtney Burke Stanley Litow

    Marc Cohen Richard Socarides

    Eric Corngold Carl Spielvogel

    Robert Duffy Edward Spiro

    Ronald Ehrenberg Cary Staller

    Angelo Fatta Nina Tamrowski

    Peter Knuepfer Lawrence Waldman

    SUNY Chancellor’s Cabinet

    Nancy L. Zimpher, Chancellor

    Alexander N. Cartwright, Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor

    Eileen G. McLoughlin, Senior Vice Chancellor for Finance and Chief Financial Office

    Joseph Porter, Senior Vice Chancellor for Legal Affairs and General Counsel

    Stacey Hengsterman, Chief of Staff

    Johanna Duncan-Poitier, Senior Vice Chancellor for Community Colleges and the Education Pipeline

    Robert Haelen, Vice Chancellor for Capital Facilities, & General Manager of the Construction Fund

    Elizabeth L. Bringsjord, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Vice Provost

    Jennifer LoTurco, Associate Vice Chancellor for External Affairs

    Mary Beth Labate, Senior Advisor to the Chancellor for Fiscal Policy

    SUNY Maritime College Council

    Timothea S. Larr, Chair Thomas J. Higgins

    Mark J. Brosnan Joseph R. Con