Nuclear Engineering - Online and Distance Education

Nuclear Engineering



Are you fascinated by the many potential uses of nuclear energy for fuel and energy sources? Interested in developing imaging devices and radiation-based cancer treatments? Build a purposeful career as a nuclear engineer.

From energy to medicine, nuclear energy is a powerful and promising force. Nuclear engineers research and develop the processes, instruments and systems used to derive benefits from nuclear energy and radiation. Some nuclear engineers invent, test and determine safe industrial and medical uses for radioactive materials and radiation processes. Others work with the development and use of nuclear power for communities, ships or spacecraft, semiconductor manufacturing, nuclear security, and new medical devices. Nuclear safety is an important subset of the industry, requiring deep knowledge of the risks related to nuclear energy.

The Master of Nuclear Engineering provides foundational knowledge of reactors, radiation, nuclear materials and nuclear fuel cycles, equipping our graduates for career success. Whether you are interested in the research and development aspects or the operational and safety roles of this industry, work in the field of nuclear energy requires an understanding of the topics covered in these courses.

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The Master of Nuclear Engineering is tailored for those who seek career advancement in nuclear engineering careers. Our graduates often find career advancement in the following positions:


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