The Stephen R. Tritch Nuclear Engineering Program offers a
certificate to students majoring in engineering or science. Students from the all engineering degree programs as well as chemistry and physics majors may be most interested in obtaining
The objectives of the nuclear engineering certificate is to the basic competencies needed by science and engineering graduates to contribute quickly and effectively to the renaissance of nuclear science and technology in the United States and abroad. The
nuclear engineering certificate currently targets competency gaps that exist in
the following educational areas:
Students can also chose to major in Engineering Science with a concentration in Nuclear Energy.
Fifteen (15) credits are required to complete the certificate. A minimum 2.5 GPA is required for students to participate in the certificate. Students must obtain a GPA of at least 2.5 for the courses taken. All undergraduate certificate students are
required to complete three (3) courses from the list below as well as two (2) department specific courses:
More detailed requirements can be found here.