M.S. Nuclear Engineering

M.S. Nuclear Engineering

Locations

Moscow

Office of Admissions
admissions@uidaho.edu
Phone: 208-885-6326
Toll free: 88-88-UIDAHO
Fax: 208-885-9119

Mailing Address
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4264
Moscow, ID 83844-4264

Physical/Express Mail Address
University of Idaho
709 Deakin Street SUB Rm 117
Moscow, ID 83844

Boise

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322 E. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Coeur d'Alene

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1031 N. Academic Way, Suite 242
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

Idaho Falls

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1776 Science Center Drive, Suite 306
Idaho Falls, ID 838402

Applications in Nuclear Energy

Specialize in nuclear fuel processing, materials, radioactive waste treatment and management, thermal behavior and measurement, nuclear systems design and modeling or applications of nuclear process heat and learn to harness the power of pollution-free energy. This program will give you the technical education and research experiences you need to work in industry, government or academia.

Fast Facts

  • Unique opportunities to work with leading researchers at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL).
  • Students routinely pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam at a rate of about 95 percent.
Careers
Career
Careers
  • Nuclear Engineering
  • Process Engineering
  • Development Engineering
  • Electrical System Engineering
  • Academic Teaching/Research
Salary

$67,000
to
$142,000

Potential salaries are based
upon national averages.
Degrees
Degree
Degree Prep In order to enter our master's of engineering (M.Engr.) program in Nuclear Engineering, you must have both of the following:
  • an undergraduate degree in Engineering or closely related field from an ABET accredited U.S. program.
  • a cumulative GPA of 2.8 or better on a 4.0 scale.

The GRE General Exam is recommended but not required for students with an undergraduate degree from a U.S. ABET accredited program.
Degree Roadmap The Master of Science degree is a research-based degree culminating in a master's thesis. Students completing this degree would be well prepared to work in research, industry or academic settings. The degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours, and normally takes 6 credits of thesis, and normally takes 3 to 4 semesters to complete.

For the latest information on all available Nuclear Engineering courses, view our Course Catalog.
Financial
Financial
Scholarships The College of Engineering provides annual scholarship awards totaling approximately $820,000. For information on specific scholarships, feel free to meet with a a representative from the College of Engineering's Student Services team.

You can find general need- and merit-based scholarships on the Financial Aid Office's scholarships page.
Financial Aid

To find out about deadlines, scholarships and eligibility requirements, please visit the University of Idaho Financial Aid Office.

Get Involved
Get Involved
Hands-On Learning Undergraduate hands-on learning and research opportunities in the laboratory, field, and classroom are plentiful. U-Idaho’s engineering senior capstone design program is ranked one of the best in the nation by the National Academy of Engineers. Students get opportunities to solve real-world engineering problems sponsored by industry partners, as well as to showcase their work in the annual Engineering Design EXPO.