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Offline mrowl3tt

Using TA for a nuclear engineering degree.
« on: Dec 28, 2015, 12:21 »
What colleges are recommended for a nuclear engineering degree while also being friendly with Navy TA. I know that people say it's easiest just to get a BS - Nuclear Engineering Technology through Excelsior College. But I would like an nuclear engineer job after the navy. Wondering if you all could give me some help.

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Re: Using TA for a nuclear engineering degree.
« Reply #1 on: Dec 28, 2015, 02:16 »
People I know went to Penn State.  Haven't looked into it recently though.

Offline MMM

Re: Using TA for a nuclear engineering degree.
« Reply #2 on: Jan 17, 2016, 08:54 »
What you will need is a (reputable) school that offers engineering degrees online. As far as I know, there are only 2 ABET accredited engineering programs available online. ASU offers electrical engineering 100% online. UND offers chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical online, although you have to go to the school for 1-2 weeks in the summer for labs. I know TA covers the full tuition for UND (although you're on your own when you have to go out there), but I'm not sure about ASU.

Once you get through that Penn State offers a MS in Nuclear Engineering online.

 


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