DTE Fermi 2 Nuclear Power Plant

 Nuclear Engineering Technology

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The associate of applied science degree with specialization in nuclear engineering technology will
enable prospective students to seek employment as nuclear engineering technicians in various sectors of the nuclear power industry. This specialization utilizes a learning approach that emphasizes both theory and hands-on skills necessary to function effectively in the technical environment of the nuclear industry. The program stresses effective oral and written
communication as well as related mathematics, science and technical skills.

In addition to completion of this program, graduates will eventually need to pass appropriate background checks to be employable in the nuclear industry. Please check with the Admissions and Guidance Office for details.

It is strongly recommended that students follow the prescribed course sequence, as some courses are only offered once in an academic year.

Career Opportunities
The program is based on the Nuclear Uniform Curriculum Program (NUCP), a uniform standard
administered by the Nuclear Energy Institute. Students who complete the program with an 80 percent score (B or better) in core classes will qualify for the National Academy for Nuclear Training (NANT), which is recognized throughout the industry.

Graduates of this program will be prepared for entry-
level employment in the following areas:

  • Mechanical technician
  • Electrical technician
  • Instrumentation and control (I&C) technician

Graduates with additional training experiences will be prepared for employment in the following areas:

  • Radiation protection technician
  • Non-licensed operator
  • Senior reactor operator

For questions about the program, students should contact The ASET Division office at 734-384-4112 or contact Martin Dubois by phone at 734-384-4120 or email at mdubois@monroeccc.edu


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