NRE Undergraduate Program
The Woodruff School graduates high caliber nuclear and radiological engineers for a demanding profession. Nuclear and radiological engineers are concerned with the production and application of nuclear energy, the protection from radiation and the applications of radiation in medicine and industry. To do so, we provide enhanced facilities and laboratories to create the best learning environment and we attract outstanding faculty and students.
- US News & World Report Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs (top degree is PhD): Ranked #5 in 2012
- Corporate Recruiters Ranking for Engineering by the Wall Street Journal: Georgia Tech Ranked #1
- Smart Money Magazine’s Public Universities for Payback of a College Degree: Georgia Tech Ranked #4
The Nuclear and Radiological Engineering program within the Woodruff School offers a Bachelors of Science in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering
The BS in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering has one optional degree designator; the co-operative plan. In addition, undergraduate students can participate in undergraduate research, study abroad, work abroad, internships, co-operative work assignments and the BS/MS program.
NRE and ME Office of Student Services
Office Hours: 8 am – 12 pm and 1 pm – 5 pm, Monday – Friday
Location: MRDC room 3112