ENER-2102 - Nuclear Energy

Prerequisite(s): MATH1050 Nuclear energy is a source of power which is created by a nuclear reaction. This course will give the student a basic understanding of the theory and philosophy behind nuclear energy. It will explain the rigors of nuclear culture. The atom and its binding forces will be introduced. Characteristics and properties of the various radiation types will be covered in detail. Nuclear technologies in industry, medicine, and agricultural applications will be discussed.
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Subject
ENER-Energy Generation Oper
Department
Energy Generation Operations
Credits
3
Prerequisites
  • Take MATH-1050
Corequisites
None