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  1. A minimum of four N E courses, 400 level or above, are required for the minor. These are decided in consultation with the student’s advisor.
    1. All courses used for the minor must be 400 level or above and taken after the bachelor’s degree.
    2. Ordinarily only one course (maximum of 3 credits) of independent study is allowed (N E 699 Advanced Independent Study, N E 999 Advanced Independent Study).
    3. Research and thesis courses may not be used for this minor.
    4. No more than 5 credits completed five or more years prior to admission to the doctoral major may be used.
    5. Courses taken 10 or more years ago may not be used.
    6. Courses taken pass/fail or for audit may not be used.
    7. Courses with grades of S given in courses graded on a credit/no credit basis are acceptable.
  2. A GPA of 3.0 must be maintained for the minor.
  3. A maximum of 6 credits may be transferred from other institutions to satisfy the minor requirements.
  4. The minor program must be approved by chair of the Engineering Physics Graduate Studies Committee.  The approval form is available from the department website: https://www.engr.wisc.edu/department/engineering-physics/academics/ms-nuclear-engineering/
  5. A student who has earned an M.S. degree in nuclear engineering and engineering physics (and is currently in a different doctoral program) will be considered to have fulfilled the minor requirements. 

FACULTY

PROFESSORS

Paul Wilson (Chair)
Matt Allen
Riccardo Bonazza
Curt A. Bronkhorst
Wendy Crone
Chris Hegna
Douglass Henderson
Roderic Lakes
Oliver Schmitz
Carl Sovinec
Kumar Sridharan
Fabian Waleffe

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Jennifer Choy
Adrien Couet
Stephanie Diem
Jennifer Franck
Benedikt Geiger
Ben Lindley
Jacob Notbohm
Ramathasan Thevamaran
Yongfeng Zhang

See also Engineering Physics Faculty Directory.