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EDUCATION OBJECTIVES & LEARNING OUTCOMES
Program: Nuclear Engineering
Education Level: Master
Major: Nuclear Engineering
Major code: 8520402
Education Orientation: Research
Degree: Master of Science
At the end of the Master’s program in Nuclear Engineering, learners have a strong professional qualification, can master the fields of science and technology related to nuclear engineering, and have broad specialized knowledge. , can easily operate in the scientific and technological fields of Nuclear Engineering (Nuclear Energy Engineering, Industrial Nuclear Engineering, Radiation Medical Physics), has a systems thinking, having high-level professional knowledge and good practice skills, the ability to independently and creatively do scientific research, high adaptability to the developed socio-economic environment, solve problems scientific and technical issues of the Nuclear Engineering industry, adapting to the 4.0 revolution.
ADMISSION CRITERIA & DEGREE
Admission is done in the form of:
- Application Screening:Applicable to candidates applying for research-oriented Master of Science/ Engineering/ Technology training programs (specific requirements for candidates in Appendix 2)
- Examination: The other subjects with three exams are Advanced Math, English and Basic Physics. Candidates can be exempted from the English test, see Clause 3, Article 5 of the Circular promulgating the regulation on training at Master’s level (No. 15/2014/TT-BGDĐT) issued by the Minister of Education and Training. issued on 15/05/2014.
Subjects who are exempted from the course and subject to additional study shall be considered by the School of Engineering Physics and shall consider the application and make specific decisions. Other subjects shall be decided by the Science and Training Council of the School of Engineering Physics