Radiological Health Engineering - Minor
The Department of Nuclear Engineering offers a minor in Radiological Health Engineering. Expanding and emerging nuclear applications have created a strong demand for specialists in radiological health engineering. Well-educated individuals are, and will be, required in all aspects of the nuclear power industry from mining all the way to disposal of wastes from spent fuel. There are needs for radiological health specialists in government, hospitals, educational institutions and private industry. This program at Texas A&M is designed to give students a broad background so they will be able to assume positions in any area of the nuclear industry.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|NUEN 302||Introduction to Nuclear Engineering II 1||3|
|NUEN 303||Radiation Detection and Isotope Technology Laboratory||3|
|NUEN 309/SENG 309||Radiological Safety||3|
|NUEN 475||Environmental Nuclear Engineering||3|
|or NUEN 479||or Radiation Protection Engineering|
|NUEN 300-499 2||3|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||15|
NUEN 201 is not needed as a prerequisite. Waiver requires instructor approval
Select from approved departmental list.
Students must make a grade of C or better in all courses.