Nuclear Thermal Systems Analysis Certificate
The University of Florida’s Certificate Program in Nuclear Thermal Systems Analysis is a course of study that is offered through a completely online format. This program is offered through the university’s College of Engineering, and may be perfect for students who wish to gain knowledge and skills in the area of thermal systems principles related to nuclear industries. Additionally, this program is delivered through a distance-learning format that was designed with working professionals in mind. The Certificate Program in Nuclear Thermal Systems Analysis aims to strike a balance between offering the maximum convenience and flexibility found in an online degree, and maintaining the academic excellence of a traditional certificate from an educational institution.
This program is intended to promote thermal system understanding of nuclear systems for mechanical engineers or other closely related majors. The faculty members charged with teaching the classes in this course of study are nationally and internationally known for their work in this field, and strive to give online students the same high caliber of an academic experience as the traditional on-campus students. This certificate program consists of three courses, or nine credits of coursework. These classes are Fluid Mechanics, Reactor Thermal Hydraulics, and Nuclear Power Reactor Systems. Once students successfully complete the Certificate Program in Nuclear Thermal Systems Analysis, they may possess the specialized knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in this field.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Tuition Basis :credits
Must have achieved at least a Bachelor's level degree in Engineering and completed all listed prerequisite courses
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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