Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics
3182 Mechanical Engineering Bldg.
1513 University Ave
Madison WI 53706
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About the Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics Program
The Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics graduate program offers curricula and research in neutronics, nuclear materials, systems, reactor safety and fuel cycles and in plasma confinement, applications, and fusion technology. Facilities include an operating fission reactor, high-temperature thermal-hydraulics systems, the world's most compact tokamak plasma experiment, and particle accelerators. Nuclear and plasma theory encompass analytical methods and parallel numerical computation.
Graduate School Guide
Faculty listings, program overview, minimum degree requirements and satisfactory progress information.
Program statistical information on admissions, enrollment, student funding, and degrees.
Admission and funding are separate decisions. Not all admitted students are offered support. International applicants must secure a Research Assistantship, Teaching Assistantship, fellowship, or independent funding before admission is final. A portion of the top domestic applicants are invited to visit Madison in March. The funding for RAs comes from faculty research grants. Each professor decides on their own RA offers. Funded students are expected to maintain full time enrollment.
Admissions Deadlines and Test Requirements
1 These programs are offered in an evening and/or weekend format to accommodate working schedules. Enjoy the advantages of on-campus courses and personal connections, while keeping your day job. For more information about the meeting schedule of a specific program, contact the program.
2 These programs are offered primarily online. Many available online programs can be completed almost entirely online with all online programs offering at least 50 percent or more of the program work online. Some online programs have an on-campus component that is often designed to accommodate working schedules. Take advantage of the convenience of online learning while participating in a rich, interactive learning environment. For more information about the online nature of a specific program, contact the program.
3 These programs have innovative curricula that combine on-campus and online formats. Most hybrid programs are completed on-campus with a partial or completely online semester. For more information about the hybrid schedule of a specific program, contact the program.
4 These on-campus programs are offered in an accelerated format that allows you to complete your program in a condensed time-frame. Enjoy the advantages of on-campus courses with minimal disruption to your career. For more information about the accelerated nature of a specific program, contact the program.
5 Students in most on-campus graduate programs are eligible for assistantships. Please look carefully at the additional policies listed above for more information about the specific assistantship and enrollment policies for the program. Contact the program with any questions.