As with the Master’s in civil electromechanical engineering with a specialization in energy as well as the Master’s in civil and mechanical engineering, the goal of this major is to offer an in-depth education in the principal aspects of nuclear engineering. Entry into this programme, which is primarily overseen by the Mol Centre of Nuclear Energy, is conditional on an evaluation of candidates’ skills based on the rules used for ERASMUS-SOCRATES exchange students. Further information about this major may be found on Mol’s website SCK-CEN.
|Compulsory courses for the nuclear engineering major (10 credits)|
|LMECA2600||Introduction to nuclear engineering and reactor technology||Hamid Aït Abderrahim||30h+30h||5 credits||q1||x|
|LMECA2648||Nuclear thermal-hydraulics (Centre d'étude nucléaire-Mol)||Yann Bartosiewicz||40h+7.5h||5 credits||q1||x|
|Elective courses for the nuclear engineering major|
|LBNEN2002||Introduction to Nuclear Physics & Measurements (Centre d'étude nucléaire-Mol)||3 credits||q1||x|
|LBNEN2003||Safety of Nuclear Powerplants (Centre d'étude nucléaire-Mol)||5 credits||q2||x|
|LBNEN2011||Radiation protection (Centre d'étude nucléaire-Mol)||3 credits||q1||x||x|