- 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.
- All courses used for the minor must be 400 level or above and taken after the bachelor’s degree.
- 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).
- Research and thesis courses may not be used for this minor.
- No more than 5 credits completed five or more years prior to admission to the doctoral major may be used.
- Courses taken 10 or more years ago may not be used.
- Courses taken pass/fail or for audit may not be used.
- Courses with grades of S given in courses graded on a credit/no credit basis are acceptable.
- A GPA of 3.0 must be maintained for the minor.
- A maximum of 6 credits may be transferred from other institutions to satisfy the minor requirements.
- 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/
- 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.
Paul Wilson (Chair)
Curt A. Bronkhorst
See also Engineering Physics Faculty Directory.