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Nuclear Engineering: Bachelor's

University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Program overview
5 years
Bachelor's degree
Scholarships available
English
Start dates
Knoxville
Spring

Knoxville
Summer

About this program

Nuclear Engineering: Bachelor's

UT’s Nuclear Engineering Department offers exceptional opportunities to its students, and our graduates contribute to an important field needed by the United States to maintain its standard of living and its place in the world economy. Watch the video below where former Department of Energy Secretary Ricky Perry discusses the future of nuclear engineering and its importance for the future of America’s energy policy

Program content

Nuclear Decommissioning and Environmental Management

  • NE 404 Nuclear Fuel Cycle
  • NE 433 or NE 233 Principles of Health Physics
  • CE 340 Construction Engineering and Management I
  • NE 406 Radiation Shielding
  • NE 542 Management of Radioactive Materials

Concepts of Cybersecurity Minor

  • COSC 366 – Introduction to Cybersecurity
  • ECE 462 – Cyber-Physical Systems Security
  • NE 362 – Numerical Methods and Fortran
  • STAT 251 – Probability and Statistics for Scientists and Engineers*
  • NE 351 – Nuclear System Dynamics, Instrumentation, and Controls

Reliability and Maintainability Engineering Minor

  • NE 401 – Radiological Engineering Laboratory
  • NE 483 – Introduction to Reliability Engineering
  • NE 484 – Introduction to Maintainability Engineering
  • STAT 251 – Probability and Statistics for Scientists and Engineers*
  • NE 351 – Nuclear System Dynamics, Instrumentation, and Controls

Nuclear Safety Minor

  • NE 360 – Reactor Systems and Safety
  • NE 402/427 – Nuclear Engineering Laboratory/Honors
  • NE 485 – Process System Reliability and Safety or
  • NE 5851 – Process Systems Reliability and Safety
  • NE 486 – Nuclear Licensing or
  • NE 5861 – Nuclear Licensing
  • NE 421 – Introduction to Nuclear Criticality Safety
  • NE 483 – Introduction to Reliability Engineering

Scholarships & funding

Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.

Tuition

The Tuition fees are:

  • In-State Total - $13,244
  • Out-of-State Total - $31,664

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University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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