Achieve Success With The Online Graduate Programs Offered in Partnership Between The School Of Nuclear Engineering and Purdue Online

Online programs offered through Purdue Online, College of Engineering, are conveniently designed for professional engineers looking to advance their skills without disrupting their careers. In partnership with the School of Nuclear Engineering, Purdue Online, College of Engineering, offers 2 graduate programs. Currently available, a concentration in Nuclear Engineering is available within the Online Interdisciplinary Master of Science in Engineering degree.  A Master of Nuclear Engineering (MNE) will tentatively be accepting applications in Spring 2021.

Students will learn from the same renowned faculty who teach on campus at Purdue.

Purdue University's online graduate engineering program is consistently ranked in the top ten programs by US News and World Report, along with the Nuclear Engineering graduate program ranked among the top as well by US News and World Report.

How does it work?

Three Paths You Can Follow:

  1. Not sure if a graduate degree is for you? A maximum of 12 credit hours can be taken as a non-degree seeking student to be transferred into a Purdue Engineering Graduate degree dependent on school of interest. "Admission as a non-degree seeking student does not guarantee admission into the graduate program.”
  2. Earn a Master of Nuclear Engineering (tentatively accepting applications Spring 2021)
  3. Earn an MSE/MS in Interdisciplinary Engineering with a concentration in Nuclear Engineering.

First steps

Online Master of Nuclear Engineering (tentatively accepting applications Spring 2021)

Learn more:  Program overview // Sample plan of study // Requirements and deadlines for the MNE program

Online Interdisciplinary Master of Science in Engineering

Learn more:  Program overview // Sample plan of study // Requirements and deadlines for the MSE/MS program

Questions: Contact Purdue Online for help deciding if an online masters is right for you.

After You Are Accepted

Questions?

Contact the Nuclear Engineering Academic Program Office:

Nuclear Engineering Academic Program Office
516 Northwestern Ave
West Lafayette, IN 47906
nuclss@purdue.edu
(765) 494-5749