Minor in Nuclear Engineering
The Minor in Nuclear Engineering is one of three minors offered within the Nuclear Engineering academic curriculum to provide students the opportunity to obtain education and training in nuclear sciences. It is designed for students from Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Physics or related disciplines who are interested in nuclear power.
The minor requires a minimum of 15 credits of course work. As background preparation, the minor requires math through differential equations and two semesters of calculus-based physics.
|ENGINR 2300||Engineering Thermodynamics||3|
|NU_ENG 4315||Energy Systems and Resources||3|
|NU_ENG 4346||Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering I||3|
|NU_ENG 4391||Nuclear Radiation Detection||3|
|or CHEM 4600||Introduction to Radiochemistry with Lab|
|Select one additional course from the list below:|
|NU_ENG 2201||Topics in Nuclear Engineering||3|
|NU_ENG 4303||Radiation Safety||3|
|NU_ENG 4330||Science and Technology of Terrorism and Counter Terrorism||3|
|ECE 7550||Introduction to Plasmas||3|
|NU_ENG 2303||Harnessing the Atoms in Everyday Life: Fulfill M Curie's Dream||3|