Undergraduate Embedded Certificate in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering
The Nuclear & Radiological Engineering program in the School of Mechanical Engineering offers a certificate in Nuclear & Radiological Engineering to non-NRE engineering students. This program provides a general knowledge of Nuclear and Radiological Engineering topics and is valuable for students whether or not students are going to graduate school or directly into the industry.
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Program of Study
|NRE 3301||Radiation Physics||3|
|NRE 3208||Nuclear Reactor Phys I||3|
|NRE 3316||Radiation Protection Engineering||3|
|Introduction to Nuclear and Radiological Engineering|
|Radiation Physics Laboratory|
|Nuclear Reactor Physics II|
|Nuclear and Radiological Engineering Design|
|Nuclear Criticality Safety Engineering|
|Light Water Reactor Technology|
|Radiation Sources and Applications|
|Radiological Assessment and Waste Management|
|Introduction to Plasma Physics and Fusion Engineering|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
- All courses used toward the certificate must be completed with a grade of 'C' or higher.