Help make the world a better place by harnessing the power of the atom to provide clean, low-carbon and affordable electricity through our nuclear engineering program.
Nuclear engineering is a highly versatile degree as it is important for medical diagnostics and treatment, space exploration, industrial processes and instrumentation. In the future, this will help drive production of synthetic fuels to be used on platforms that are hard to electrify due to energy limits.
An Internationally Recognized Faculty
Be mentored by a dedicated faculty that is motivated to recommend you for the right career for you.
Professional Society Engagement
Forge strong connections with leading industries across the state to foster employment opportunities.
Conduct research through our many laboratories across campus, including our nuclear materials lab.
What You’ll Study
Some of the most popular courses in our program include Nuclear Fuel Cycles and Introduction to Nuclear Materials. You will get the opportunity to learn from our internationally recognized faculty through state-of-the-art engineering codes and methods. Obtaining a master's degree will increase your stock while you live up to your potential.
Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.
Organizing and overseeing tasks to achieve specific goals
Creating clear and concise documents, such as manuals or instructions, for technical or scientific topics
Writing code, developing software and creating applications for automation and problem-solving
Creating or improving complex systems to meet specific requirements
Conducting experiments and analyzing data to gain new knowledge and insights in a scientific field
Working with others to achieve a common goal or objective
Using your degree
Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.
- Reactor Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Fuel Rod Engineer
- Project Manager
- Lab Scientist
- Radiological Scientist
- Architectural/Engineering Firms