2010-2011 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Apr 05, 2020  
2010-2011 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Nuclear Engineering


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www.engr.utk.edu/nuclear

H.L. Dodds, Head and Director of Graduate Studies

Professors
Dodds, H.L. (IBM Professor), PhD, PE - Tennessee
Fontana, M.H. (Research), PhD, PE - Purdue
Ganapol, B.D. (Research), PhD - California (Berkeley)
Grossbeck, M.L. (Research), PhD - Illinois
Hall, H.L. (Governor’s Chair Professor), PhD - California (Berkeley)
Hines, J.W., MBA, PhD - Ohio State
Lillie, R.A. (Research), PhD - Tennessee
Mihalczo, J.T. (Research), PhD - Tennessee
Miller, L.F., PhD, PE - Texas A&M
Ruggles, A.E., PhD - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Townsend, L.W., PhD - Idaho
Upadhyaya, B.R., PhD, PE - California (San Diego)
 
Associate Professors
Maldonado, G.I., PhD - North Carolina State
Pevey, R.E., MBA (Emory), PhD, PE - Tennessee
 
Assistant Professors
Gribok, A.V. (Research), PhD - IPPE (Russia)
Hayward, J.P., PhD - Michigan
Heilbronn, L.H., PhD - Michigan State
Liao, H., PhD - Rutgers
Moussa, H.M. (Research), PhD - Tennessee
Stephan, A.C. (Research), PhD - Tennessee
 
Adjunct Faculty
Bogard, J.G., PhD - Texas (Austin)
Cook, D.H., PhD - Tennessee
DeHart, M.D., PhD - Texas A&M
Gehin, J.C., PhD - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hollenbach, D.F., PhD - Tennessee
Icenhour, A.S., PhD - Tennessee
Iverson, E.B., PhD - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nichols, T.L., MD - Tennessee
Ramsey, C.R., PhD - Tennessee
Rasmussen, B.P. - PhD - Tennessee
Williams, M.L., PhD - Tennessee
 
Emeriti Faculty
Groer, P.G., PhD - Vienna (Austria)
Uhrig, R.E. (Distinguished Professor), PhD, PE - Iowa State 
 
MAJOR     DEGREES
Nuclear Engineering   MS, PhD
   Radiological Engineering    
Nuclear Engineering   MS-MBA
Reliability and Maintainability Engineering   MS
  Nuclear Engineering    
Graduate Certificate Programs    
  Nuclear Criticality Safety    
  Nuclear Security Science and Analysis    
  Reliability and Maintainability Engineering    

The Department of Nuclear Engineering offers programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees, and three Graduate Certificates. Students may elect a traditional nuclear engineering program focusing on fission energy or a radiological engineering concentration, which prepares students for careers in the radiation safety field (health physics). Both programs are designed for graduates of accredited undergraduate programs in engineering, physics, chemistry, or mathematics.

All entering students must have, as a minimum, competency in mathematics through ordinary differential equations. Admitted applicants will be advised of any prerequisite undergraduate courses that may be required for their graduate studies. In addition, students without a BS in nuclear engineering, or the equivalent, must take NE 433 , NE 470  both of which may be taken for graduate credit. However, students in the radiological engineering concentration will take NE 551  in place of NE 433 . Students electing the radiological engineering concentration must take NE 401 , NE 551 , NE 552  and NE 490  in their course of study. The department head is the contact for all interested students, both those with nuclear engineering degrees and those from other disciplines.

Graduate Credit for Undergraduate Courses
400-level courses in nuclear engineering may be used for graduate credit. However, at least two-thirds of the minimum required hours in the MS must be taken in courses numbered 500 or above.

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