Nuclear Engineering Graduate Degree Programs
Candidates must fulfill the requirements of the College of Graduate Studies and of the Nuclear Engineering Committee. See the College of Graduate Studies section for the general requirements applicable to each degree. These degrees are offered only through the graduate program at the University of Idaho Center, Idaho Falls. Consult the center's bulletin for specific details.
Master of Science. General M.S. requirements apply.
Master of Engineering. General M.Engr. requirements apply.
Doctor of Philosophy. General Ph.D. requirements apply. Preliminary screening of candidates and program planning for those admitted are essential features of the Ph.D. program. Early in the program, the student must complete a qualifying examination, which will be oral and possibly written. The preliminary examination is taken after most of the course work is completed. This examination is generally limited to the areas of emphasis indicated by the student's dissertation topic and includes a presentation of the dissertation proposal; it will be written and oral. No foreign language is required; however, the program does require a satisfactory level of achievement in mathematics and numerical analyses and in computer programming.