The nuclear engineering program (NEP) at Virginia Tech is a multi-disciplinary program with activities in nuclear power, nuclear nonproliferation and security, radiation therapy and diagnostics, and nuclear policy. NEP offers degrees at two campuses including Blacksburg and National Capital Region (NCR).
NCR 's activities are consolidated under the Nuclear Science and Engineering Laboratory (NSEL).
Doctorate Program (Ph.D)
The target population of incoming direct PhD students is expected to be from undergraduate nuclear engineering programs as well as the…
Master of Science (M.S.)
The M.S. designation requires completing a 30 credit-hour program subject to the following requirements. A cumulative GPA of 3.0…
Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
The M.Eng. degree requires completing a 30-credit-hour program subject to the following requirements. A cumulative GPA of 3.0…
Virginia Tech Transport Theory Group (VT3G)
The Virginia Tech Transport Theory Group (VT3G), led by Dr. Alireza Haghighat, is engaged in the development of hybrid,…
Multi-phase Flow and Thermal-hydraulics Lab (MFTL)
The laboratory, led by Dr. Yang Liu performs experimental and computational studies on various multiphase flow and…
Nuclear Materials and Fuel Cycle Center (NMFC)
The Nuclear Materials and Fuel Cycle Center (NMFC) is one of the key research laboratories of the Nuclear Engineering…
Heat Transfer and Safety Lab (HEATS)
HEATS Lab, led by Dr. Duarte, focus on two-phase flow heat transfer, subchannel analysis, boiling, condensation, and…