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Offline mat_the_rat

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AA degree/ NUPOC program
« on: Aug 19, 2016, 08:12 »
I'm a physics major at Miami dade college with a high GPA. I aced all my math/physics courses(including calc 1 and calc based physics). If I'm in an aa degree program planning on transferring. Is it possible to get into the NUPOC program?


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Re: AA degree/ NUPOC program
« Reply #1 on: Aug 20, 2016, 08:00 »
I'm not familiar with your degree program so I can't say without doing some further research, but it sounds like it's at least worth submitting a pre-screen via your local officer recruiter.  Basically he will need your college transcripts, your SAT/ACT scores and will send those to the NUPOC office which will review them and send a reply after consulting with Naval Reactors' human resources team.  If by "aa" you mean a 2 yr program, then you will need to transfer to a full bachelors program and have a minimum of a semester of coursework there before it's likely you will have an opportunity to interview, but it is still worth submitting the pre-screen either way. 

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