Nuclear and Radiological Engineering
About 20 percent of electricity produced in the United States comes from nuclear power, a portion that will grow as the nation increases its sustainable energy production. Nuclear and radiological engineers will be in greater demand to assist in the planning, construction, and maintenance of new technologies. Our program provides an outstanding foundation, preparing students to handle all aspects of the use of radiation and radioactive materials, ranging from power to security to medical applications. Our students work with their peers from physics and engineering to design and conduct experiments and to develop nuclear or radiological systems and components.
Undergraduate Degrees Offered
Bachelor of Science in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering
Minor in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering
Minor in Technology & Management