I was looking around on the USNA website the other day and came across this: " For the Naval Academy Class of 2013 and beyond, at least 65% of those graduates commissioned into the U.S. Navy must complete academic majors in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics disciplines." At first I was somewhat disappointed by this, but I can understand why the Naval Academy would have to do this. What I am curious about is how they would go about filling the quota. I imagine at some point they would have to force some midshipmen in each new class to "reevaluate" there major choice, but who would they do this to? I assume gpa would be a factor, but would they boot the lower or the higher gpa mids into STEM majors? Does this also mean that those looking to commission into the Marine Corps would be exempt from the quota?