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Chemical/Nuclear Engineering student working in reactor.

Degree Information

B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. Degree Information

Chemical/Nuclear Engineering students touring the control room of the nuclear reactor.

With the increasing use of radiation and radioactive material in society, there is a growing need for technical skills and advanced education in Health Physics. The excellent facilities, equipment, and support staff available at the University of Massachusetts Lowell Radiation Laboratory, and faculty in the Radiological Sciences Program and in other allied departments, give students at the University of Massachusetts Lowell a unique opportunity to obtain rewarding careers in, and make significant research contributions to, the field of radiation protection. The BS, MS, and PhD degrees in radiological sciences are interdisciplinary in nature and should be attractive to engineering students and students in the biological and physical sciences.

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