***Courses only available. MNE is not available for registration at this time.***
The Nuclear Engineering master’s program will offers a wide range of flexibility in course options. The program is tentatively planned for application and admittance in 2020.
After you admittance into the program at Purdue, an academic advisor will help you look through classes to create a Plan of Study (POS) to best fit your educational needs and career goals. Every POS varies based on student interest, time, and course load.
The 30-credit hour curriculum allows one to choose to earn a Master of Nuclear Engineering (MNE) either with 30-credit course work or with 24-credits course work and a project with 6 credit hours.
Nuclear Engineering Online Degree Options Required Credits: 30. The 30-credit hour curriculum allows one to choose to earn a Master of Nuclear Engineering (MNE) either with all 30-credit course work or with 24-credits course work and a project with 6 credits.
Course Curriculum Option:
Total 30 Credits
- 9 credits (NUCL 50100, NUCL 51000, NUCL 55100)
- 3-Any 500 and 600 level NE courses: 9 credits
- 4 -Any 500 and 600 level Engineering, Maths or Science Courses: 12 credits
Total 30 Credits
3-NE required courses: 9 credits (NUCL 50100, NUCL 5100, NUCL 55100)
3-Any 500 and 600 level NE courses: 9 credits
2-Any 500 and 600 level Engineering, Maths or Science Courses: 6 credits
- A project on nuclear engineering area with a faculty advisor: 6 credits
Required Courses: (9 credits)
- NUCL 50100-Nuclear Engineering Principles
- NUCL 51000-Nuclear Reactor Theory I
- NUCL 55100-Mass, Momentum and Energy Transfer in Energy Systems
|NUCL 51100||Reactor Theory and Kinetics||3||Fall|
|NUCL 51200||Computers in Reactor Analysis||3||Fall|
|NUCL 55200||Thermal-Hydraulics and Reactor Safety||3||Spring|
|NUCL 55500||Thermal Hyrdraulics Measurement and Instrumentation||3||Spring|
|NUCL 61000||Nuclear Reactor Theory||3||Fall|
|NUCL 61200||Applied Reactor Theory||3||Spring|
|NUCL 64000||Fast Reactor Theory||3||Fall|
|NUCL 65500||Two-Phase Flow Computational Fluid Dynamics Applications||3||Spring|