NUC-490 Nuclear Technology Assessment/Career Planning
Nuclear Technology Assessment/Career Planning is an in-depth, student centered activity that requires the integration of current nuclear employment, nuclear technology self-assessment resulting in the development of a comprehensive vitae, practical career planning and interviewing strategies and applied advanced math applications to nuclear engineering technology situations. Students will research real-world nuclear employment and participate in career focused activities that includes building a professional resume and knowing how to interview successfully. This includes seeking a job, a promotion and/or moving to a new skill area.
Prerequisites: Completion of MAT-231 Calculus I, MAT-232 Calculus II, PHY-115 Physics I, PHY-116 Physics II, CHE-121 Chemistry I, NUC-303 Nuclear Physics for Technology, EGM-321 Thermodynamics, EGM-323 Heat Transfer, EGM-331 Fluid Mechanics, NUC-365 Reactor Fundamentals, NUC-331 Primary Reactor Systems, NUC-351 Nuclear Instrumentation and Control, NUC-412 Radiation Biophysics or NUC-413 Radiation Interaction or NUC-342 Radiological, Reactor, Environmental Safety, ELE-211 DC Circuits or ELE-212 AC Circuits, NUC-402 Nuclear Materials, and NUC-358 Radiation Safety Laboratory.
Please note. Prior to registering for this course you are required to schedule an Academic Advising appointment. Instructions on how to schedule an appointment are located on our website http://www.tesc.edu/current-students/Make-Advising-Appointment.cfm . Questions should be addressed to the School of Applied Science and Technology at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 609-984-1130 extension 3195.
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