One of the largest and best nuclear engineering programs in the United States, we offer graduate and undergraduate degrees in nuclear engineering and radiological health engineering (or health physics), and have a solid reputation as one of the best-equipped nuclear engineering departments in the country.
Our undergraduate and graduate programs are recognized as perhaps the most challenging majors on campus, but they are also some of the most rewarding. Our students are the most highly recruited graduates at Texas A&M.
A large faculty with diverse research expertise and facilities that are second to none give us the tools we need to equip you with the skills necessary for a career in nuclear science and technology.
There are many sources of financial assistance for students in our department, including scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships. For more information on financial aid, click here.