Hi all, I always wanted to go for an Engineering degree because I want Math. I am thinking about going for a Nuclear Engineering degree. I live in PA and tail to tail in PA North to South and East to West, there only one College/University offers Nuclear Engineering and it's Penn State. What is studied in that major as for Undergraduate? What is studied in the Nuclear Reactors? Correct me if I am wrong, I believe Penn State may or may not have the Fusion option? Without having that option does it get into any Fusion? I have been told by someone on this forum to talk to someone from the College and maybe visit the campus. Before even talking or visiting, I really would like to know what is required in the degree? Let's take the top 5 Engineering degrees. I don't know what the top degrees are but I asked before and never got an answer. Which Engineering degrees has the most Math? I really wasn't looking at Electrical Engineering. Thank you everyone.