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Graduate Curriculum

Graduate programs are divisible into 11 areas, each representing an important aspect of nuclear technology: applied nuclear physics; bionuclear and radiological physics; nuclear materials and chemistry; energy and the environment; fission reactor analysis; fusion science and technology; nuclear thermal hydraulics; laser, particle beam, and plasma technologies; fuel cycles and radioactive waste; risk, safety, and systems analysis; and ethics and the impact of technology on society.

Degree Programs Offered

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) Program

Master of Science (M.S.) Program

Doctoral (Ph.D.) Program

Public Policy (M.P.P.) - Nuclear Engineering (M.S.) Concurrent Degree Program