Department of Nuclear Engineering!
The Department of Nuclear Engineering’s physical offices will be closed until further notice as part of the COVID-19 response. Faculty and Staff are still working and available to assist you via email, phone, or Zoom.
Photo: NSSC Fellows. The Nuclear Science and Security Consortium works to prevent nuclear weapons proliferation and reduce the threat of nuclear terrorism worldwide.The NSSC is funded by the National Nuclear Security Administration, composed of 8 universities and five national laboratories, and seated in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at UC Berkeley. Learn more at https://nssc.berkeley.edu/.
Information on Fall 2020 Instruction
The Department of Nuclear Engineering will continue to offer all scheduled classes for Fall 2020. All classes will be available online for all students, with a very limited number of classes that may have an in-person option as well. Based on campus guidelines, students will not be required to attend in-person classes or be present on campus for the smaller discussion sections. Campus is continuing its commitment to ensuring the safety of our faculty, staff, and students by following the proper safety measures instituted by local public health officials.
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