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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

Joint Masters of Science in Engineering and Public Policy (M.S./ M.P.P.) Program