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Non-Credit Professional Certification
Materials Science for Nuclear Power Applications
Kansas University offers a 12-hour, non-credit certification program. All courses are online and developed in 15-20 minute sections - go at your own pace.
Corrosion and Degradation of Materials in Nuclear Energy and in Reactor Ops & Design (KU/TTU)
With the resurgence of the nuclear power industry and the growth of the nuclear Navy, there is a need for engineers trained with the materials needs of the nuclear industry. This online 3-credit course covers corrosion and degradation of materials in the nuclear and non-nuclear portions of nuclear power facilities.
Effects of Irradiation on Electronic Materials and Devices (KU/UT)
This course is designed to discuss the effects of nuclear radiation on electronics which would be used in a nuclear environment, with an eye toward enhancing safe and long-term economical operation. The course will provide better knowledge of nuclear-related electronics.
Materials Requirements and Selection for Nuclear Engineering Applications (KU)
This course covers selection and use of proper materials in nuclear environments for safe and long-term economical operation, including: available materials and their properties; critical properties required in materials for nuclear applications; materials typically selected for nuclear applications by usage area; selection criteria by application area with consideration for cost, safety, and maintenance; selection trade-offs; new and alternative materials for current and new generation reactors; and using NDT and other methods to monitor ongoing materials performance, degradation, and maintenance needs.