We offer students endless opportunities to learn and excel in a supportive, cooperative environment.

We offer three academic programs designed to empower students to lead in the dynamic fields of nuclear engineering, radiological sciences, and engineering physics. Whether you’re drawn to pioneering technological innovations, advancing medical applications, or exploring the intersection of physics and engineering, our department provides the resources, expertise, and opportunities for you to thrive.
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Our Engineering Physics undergraduate program blends the foundational principles of physics with the practical applications of engineering. With a curriculum tailored to equip students with versatile skills, flexible focus areas, and preparation for graduate studies, this program is ideal for those seeking to make a tangible impact on emerging technologies and industries.

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Accredited by ABET, our NERS BSE program prepares students for diverse careers in industrial, medical, governmental, and environmental sectors. With world-class faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, hands-on research opportunities, and strong industry connections, students graduate ready to tackle the complex challenges facing the nuclear and radiological fields.

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Elevate your expertise and advance your career with our highly regarded graduate program. With a focus on cutting-edge research, interdisciplinary collaboration, and flexible curriculum, our graduate program prepares students to lead in academia, industry, government, and beyond. Whether you’re driven by a passion for research, a desire to advance nuclear policy, or a commitment to interdisciplinary innovation, our program offers the support and resources you need to excel.

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Current U-M students can schedule an advising appointment to meet with Michelle Sonderman (undergraduate program) or Garnette Roberts (graduate program).

Non-U-M students can contact Khan Nguyen, our Recruiting and Outreach Coordinator, or follow the Info Request links.

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