I am currently a junior (senior in a week haha) in Electrical Engineering, concentrating in Power/Control Systems. I took an introductory course in Nuclear Engineering and have become very interested in reactor design/system design (BWR/PWR/Submarine reactors/entire systems not just the core). I plan to go to graduate school for NE, but what level of education would one need to work for a company that designs reactors/systems (such as Westinghouse)? a few people said that at that level of work I may need a PhD, which I don't mind going for, but I figured I'd ask. Also, is there anything aside from control systems that I should take as an EE that would be beneficial?