Nuclear Engineering Technology AS

The Associate of Science (AS) degree in Nuclear Engineering Technology (NET) program prepares students with the foundational STEM knowledge needed to pursue a bachelor of science degree in Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology or related engineering technology disciplines. The NET program meta major is designed to provide to students who have completed Navy Basic Nuclear Power School math and science-focused education that encompasses the complete Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC). The MnTC core curriculum fulfills all lower-division liberal arts and science requirements within most Bachelor of Science degree programs. The Nuclear Engineering Technology program is intended to capitalize on previous course work and military nuclear energy training and experiences to support successful student transfer into a Nuclear Energy Engineering Bachelor of Science degree or related engineering program of study.

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Thomas Edison State University BS Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology

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Please note: This program is currently only available for United States Naval Community College (USNCC) students.

The curriculum below is the most current information available. To browse curriculum from the current academic year and past years, please view our Academic Catalogs. If you are a current student with questions about your course requirements, please speak with your advisor or refer to your Degree Audit Report (DARS) in eServices.

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CHEM1500General Chemistry with Lab45
COMM1437Intercultural Communication33
ENGL1410Composition I33
ENGL1420Composition II33
ENGL1495Environmental Literature33
GEOG1500Intro to the Geopolitical Environment:
US Perspective (taken through USNCC)
HIST1665Modern Naval History (taken through USNCC)33
MATH1426Calculus I44
MATH1447Introduction to Statistics44
MATH2232Calculus II44
MFGT2552Programmable Logic Controls45
NUCPNuclear Technical Elective44
PHIL1460Naval Ethics and Leadership
(taken through USNCC)
PHYS1081Engineering Physics I with Lab45
PHYS1082Engineering Physics II with Lab45
POLS1635Civil Military Organization and Policies:
Intro to US Gov (taken through USNCC)
 Program Total6064

Note: AAS degrees must have Gen. Ed. courses from three goal areas and AS degrees from six goal areas of the MN Transfer Curriculum.

Visit with advisor or refer to Degree Audit Report for elective options.

This course sequence is an example.