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Division of Mathematics & Science
Division of Mathematics & Science
Math and Science Division
Math and Science Division Student

Mission Statement

The Division of Mathematics & Science provides midshipmen the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills in Mathematics and Science to become aspiring naval officers.  The core courses of Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics are taught to all midshipmen to aid in their understanding of the universal scientific principles basic to modern technology and to enable them to succeed in any of the Academy's technical majors.  The Division also provides the full educational value of majors for those midshipmen who choose to specialize in the fields of Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Oceanography, or Physics.

Chemistry Students

Chemistry

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Physics Students

Physics

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Oceanography

Oceanography

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Math Students

Mathematics

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Computer Science Students

Computer Science

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Cyber Science Department

Cyber Science

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The Division of Mathematics and Science at the U.S. Naval Academy offers 17 academic majors:

  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Informational Technology
  • Math
  • Honors Math
  • Applied Math
  • Honors Applied Math
  • Operations Research
  • Operations Research Honors 
  • Oceanography
  • Oceanography Honors
  • Physics
  • Applied Physics
  • Astro Physics
  • General Science
  • Cyber Operations 
  • Quantitative Economics


Contact Information

Mathematics and Science Division
United States Naval Academy
572M Holloway Rd. Stop 9A
Annapolis, MD 21402-5026

 (410) 293-6330

Fax: (410) 293-2134

Department Office:
Michelson Hall Room 380

Division Leaders

Director: CAPT David Roberts, USN
Deputy Division Director: CDR John C. Bleidorn, USN
Senior Professor: Professor Mark Elert