Minor Option - Nuclear Science and Engineering - Colorado School of Mines

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Minor Option

Minor Degree Options

Minor degree programs have been established in a variety of nuclear-related areas. Students in Nuclear Science and Engineering, as well as students in allied degree programs, may elect to complete a minor degree in addition to their regular degree requirements. Available minor degrees, and the coursework associated with these, include:

Minor in Nuclear Engineering

  • Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Physics (NUGN510)
  • Nuclear Reactor Laboratory (NUGN580)
  • Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Thermal-Hydraulics (NUGN520)
  • Nuclear Power and Public Policy (LAIS589) or Environmental Stewardship of Nuclear Resources (CEEN558)

Minor in Nuclear Materials Processing

  • Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Physics (NUGN510)
  • Nuclear Materials Science and Engineering (NUGN593)
  • Physical Phenomena of Coating Processes (MTGN591)
  • Environmental Stewardship of Nuclear Resources (CEEN558)

Minor in Nuclear Detection

  • Introduction to Nuclear Physics (PHGN422)
  • Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Physics (NUGN510)
  • Radiation Detection and Measurement (PHGN504)
  • Nuclear Reactor Laboratory (NUGN580)

Minor in Nuclear Geoscience and Geoengineering

  • Introduction to Nuclear Physics (PHGN422)
  • Nuclear and Isotopic Geochemistry
  • In-situ Mining
  • Uranium Mining

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