Curricula

  • Curriculum in Nuclear Engineering Program

Nuclear Engineering (NEP)

  • Curriculum related to NEP Program

Professional Chemistry Radiochemistry Career Tract (Chemistry)
Studio Art Ceramics/Sculpture/Conservation Sciences Tract (Art)


Professional Chemistry Radiochemistry Career Tract
(132 credit hours)

Freshman

First Semester Second Semster
E 150 English Comp 3 E 151 English Comp 3
ET 250/ S 250 Tech. Com/ S 150 Pub. Spk 3 M 152 Precalculus II 3
C 150 General Chemistry I 3 C 152 General Chemistry II 3
C 151 General Chemistry I Lab 1 C 153 General Chemistry II Lab 1
M 208 Statistics or Env 203 Biostatistics 3 CS 150 Computer Science 3
UNIV 101 Intro to University 2 PE 150/HED 151/MS 150 2
  15   15

Sophomore

First Semester Second Semster
P 250/254 101 Physics I 3 E 250/251 World Lit 3
P 251 Physics Lab I 1 P 252/255 101 Physics II 3
M 153 Calculus I 3 P 253 Physics Lab 1
C 306 Organic Chemistry I 3 C 307 Organic Chemistry II 3
C 316 Organic Chemistry I Lab 1 C 317 Organic Chemistry II Lab 1
C 201 Analytical Chemistry 4 M 163 Calculus II 3
C 204 Intro to Radiochemistry 3 P 313 Radioisotope Lab 3
  18   17

Junior

First Semester Second Semster
PSY 250/Soc 250/Epsy 250 3 H 250/251 World History 3
C 403 Biochemistry 4 C 406 Physical Chemistry II 3
C 405 Physical Chemistry I 4 C 412 Research in Chemistry 4
C 314 Nucl. & Radchem. Instrumentation 4 Art 250/Mu 250/D 254 4
* Elective 3 EE&S 491 Summer Radiochemistry 3
  18   17

Senior

First Semester Second Semster
C 410 Seminar 1 C 408 Instrumental Analysis 4
C 407 Inorg. Chemistry 4 Approved Elective 4
French/German/Span 101 3 * Elective 3
ECON 250/255 3 French/German/Span 102 3
** Elective 4 ETS 250 African American History 3
  15   17

Approved Electives: Env 420 Environmental Chemistry or C 404 Biochemistry II – 4 credits
* Recommended Electives: M 238 Calculus IV – 3 credits; M 403 Differential Equation – 3 credits
** The following elective is very strongly recommended for the student to be successful in the pursuit of a Chemistry/Radiochemistry degree: C 414 Independent Research in Nuclear & Radiochemistry – 4 credits
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