How broad is nuclear engineering?
Is nuclear engineering in high demand?
Should I take EECS and ME to enrich my engineering skills?
I'd like to get a BA in Business and a BS in NE. Which areas of nuclear engineering (energy, nuclear medicine, nuclear materials ...) will make my...
I plan to major in nuclear engineering and material science and engineering.
What field of study can I integrate both disciplines?
Which field in nuclear engineering is currently most active?
I will be a college freshman this fall, however, next spring I have to take upper division courses in nuclear engineering. Thus, I would like to learn more about each area of study.
Below are all the options offered by Berkeley Nuclear Engineering Department.
I would like...
Oh I see. Some people say that a degree in NE gives me limited career option (the only option is to work in nuclear power plant) .. I guess it's not true.
Math 110 - Linear Algebra is the extension of the linear algebra course. So I'm not sure whether it will be beneficial if I learn in-depth...
Thank you very much, Thermalne!
MSE is for sure beneficial to me and I also like the subject.
I'm not sure about ME, EECS, and Physics. I think I need to find out my main interest first before deciding my minor or taking extra classes.
What if I would like to work in nuclear security and...
Oh I see.
I have one more question. For upper division NE electives, should I take both fusion and fission courses? I'm still undecided on which subfield I will focus on. Would it be possible to work in fusion lab if my specialties are material science and nuclear fission?
I attached a...
I see. Thank you very much for your information.
"You are also in a state that is extremely anti-nuclear energy or nuclear anything."
Now I understand why a lot of people call me crazy for following my dream of becoming a nuclear engineer. sigh....