A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
A Master in Nuclear Energy gives students theoretical, practical and technical knowledge in one of the fastest growing subjects in the modern world. Job opportunities in this field are extensive, and students will gain valuable skills and expertise with this master.
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WMD Nonproliferation, Nuclear Policy and Global Security is the first Russian-American master’s program at MGIMO, taught by leading academics and practitioners from Russia, the United States, and other countries. [+]
The Master of Nuclear Engineering and Applications (MINA) aims to train professionals in nuclear science and technology. The very title of the UAM has a long history and has been adapted, with successive editions, to the real needs of the Nuclear Sector. In this edition professors of the main Spanish universities (UAM, UPM, UPV-EHU, UP Valencia, UAB and U. Cantabria) involved, as well as business professionals (ENDESA, IBERDROLA, ENUSA, ENSA, UNESA, WESTINGHOUSE NUCLEAR SPAIN, ENTREPRENEURS AGRUPADOS, AREVA) and institutions like the CSN and CIEMAT guaranteeing the novelty of the skills provided, as well as its scientific rigor. [+]
The Master’s programme in Nuclear Energy Engineering offers students an extensive and detailed education in the key areas pertaining to nuclear technology. After graduation, students will be well-prepared for future positions within the advanced nuclear [+]
Master in Nuclear Energy Engineering The Master’s programme in Nuclear Energy Engineering offers students an extensive and detailed education in the key areas pertaining to nuclear technology. After graduation, students will be well-prepared for future positions within the advanced nuclear technology field, or in a nuclear science and technology research environment. The Master’s programme in Nuclear Energy Engineering at KTH is also a part of the European Master in Innovative Nuclear Energy – EMINE. The first year of study at KTH can be combined with a second year of study at the top French universities either in Paris (ParisTech – a cluster of universities in Paris) or in Grenoble (Grenoble Institute of Technology – INP) resulting in a double diploma degree. Programme outlineCompulsory courses will provide all students in the programme with a strong foundation in the reactor physics and technology field. Research-oriented students will have several possibilities to choose courses in preparation for work in reactor physics research or in a nuclear engineering research environment. At the same time, students interested in more industry-related nuclear engineering can choose courses preparing them for a position in the industry, with an optional management-oriented specialisation.Degree projectStudents will complete the two-year Master’s programme with a degree project. The project and its resultant thesis may be performed at the Albanova University Centre (KTH), or at an external research facility, in a company in Sweden or in another country. With the growing need for competent employees in the nuclear industry, there are many opportunities to... [-]