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Bachelor of Science in Technology (Nuclear Technologies)

Bachelor's in Technology (Nuclear Technologies)

The job market is expanding for nuclear technology specialists, with growing demand in medicine, energy, telecommunications, and other industries.

You can tap into these new opportunities by earning a Bachelor of Science in Technology (Nuclear Technologies) from Excelsior College.

A national leader in education for working adults and military families since 1971, Excelsior offers online nuclear technologies classes that you take whenever your schedule permits. The student-friendly format allows you to balance your technology degree studies with family and work responsibilities. In addition, Excelsior enables you to:

  • Protect your budget, thanks to our affordable tuition and low student fees.
  • Receive maximum transfer credit for approved coursework from other accredited colleges.
  • Earn academic credit for approved military classes and job training programs—you'll only take the courses you really need, so you'll graduate in less time.

A Degree Program for Working Adults Who Seek Careers in Nuclear Technologies

As a pioneer in distance learning, Excelsior has earned a reputation for academic excellence among online colleges. Our online nuclear technologies classes meet strict academic standards and are led by exceptional faculty who have years of experience in both the classroom and the industry.

By specializing in nuclear technologies, you'll gain practical knowledge and up-to-date training in areas such as:

  • Radiation protection, safety, and measurement
  • Atomic physics
  • Electrical theory
  • Health physics

BS in Technology Degree Requirements

BS in Technology Degree Requirements

Minimum of 120 credits: 60 in arts and sciences, 48 in the technology component, and 12 in free electives including information literacy.

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Program Outcomes

Graduates will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to understand and use quantitative expressions in the natural sciences.
  • Demonstrate the application of algebra and higher mathe