Nuclear Criticality Safety Graduate Academic Certificate

Students who wish to earn an academic certificate in Nuclear Criticality Safety have two possible tracks that can be used to complete this certificate. Students who are majoring within the Program in Nuclear Engineering are encouraged to complete the first track and students who are majoring within the College of Education are encouraged to complete the second track. Students interested in this academic certificate should contact the Program Director of Nuclear Engineering.

Note: A grade of ‘B’ or higher is required in all coursework for this academic certificate.

Track 1:

NE 450Principles of Nuclear Engineering

3 cr

NE 535Nuclear Criticality Safety I

3 cr

NE 555Nuclear Criticality Safety II

3 cr

One of the following (3 cr):

NE 533Monte Carlo Methods

3 cr

NE 554Radiation Detection and Shielding

3 cr

MATH Upper-Division or Graduate level Mathematics course

3 cr

*Note: Students are encouraged to complete NE 533 Monte Carlo Methods.

Courses to total 12 credits for this certificate

OR

Track 2:

TM 513Nuclear Criticality Safety

3 cr

TM 514Nuclear Safety

3 cr

TM 516Nuclear Rules and Regulations

3 cr

One of the following (3 cr):

TM 512Fundamental Concepts of Nuclear Science

3 cr

NE 450Principles of Nuclear Engineering

3 cr

Courses to total 12 credits for this certificate