Engineering: Nuclear Engineering (M.Eng.)
University of Maryland College Park
Contact: Paul Easterling—301-405-3017
The Graduate Program in Nuclear Engineering provides a strong, flexible, highly analytical as well as experimental education leading to the Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees.
There is a rapidly growing national need for the education of a large number of graduate-level nuclear engineers at the U.S. Department of Energy, at nuclear utilities, and at energy consulting companies. A rapid expansion in the number of nuclear power plants is expected in the next five years.
The University of Maryland is committed to the education and training of future graduate-level nuclear engineers, researchers and national leaders. Our program combines cross-disciplinary engineering principles in nuclear sciences and reliability with new concepts in nuclear engineering, advanced research approaches and practical industrial methods. The education our students receive is directed toward a greater emphasis of safety, reliability and the environment, while maintaining our strengths in reactor engineering.
For more information, visit the Nuclear Engineering website at www.ennu.umd.edu.
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