ISU AGN-201 Nuclear Reactor
B.S. Nuclear Engineering
M.S. Nuclear Science and Engineering
Ph.D. Nuclear Science and Engineering
|*Extensive INL Experience|
1 of only 25 universities with a nuclear reactor
1 of only 6 universities west of the Mississippi with an ABET accredited NE program
Average nuclear engineering starting salary: $68,272
2019 nuclear engineering unemployment rate: 1.2%
|Idaho State University**||$12,970|
|Oregon State University||$20,810|
|University of New Mexico||$23,292|
|U. of California Berkley||$28,508|
Located just 45 miles from Idaho National Laboratory (INL), the nation's lead laboratory for nuclear energy research and development.
Idaho State University offers these degrees:
B.S. in Nuclear Engineering
M.S. in Nuclear Science and Engineering
Ph.D. in Nuclear Science and Engineering.
There is no Nuclear Engineering B.S. program at other nearby schools such as Brigham Young University-Idaho, Brigham Young University, University of Utah, Boise State University, University of Idaho, Utah State University, Washington State University, University of Montana, Montana State University, or the University of Wyoming.
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Dr. Chad Pope
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**based on a two semester year. Idaho State University tuition based on instate tuition for the 2019-2020 calendar year, the rest are based on out-of-state tuition for the 2019-2020 calendar year.