[ RadSafe ] Nuclear Education
Miller, Mark L
mmiller at sandia.gov
Mon Mar 5 11:11:56 CST 2012
Colorado State University in Ft. Collins, CO has an ABET accredited Health Physics Program with three CHP's on faculty. They have offered admission to 12 MS students for the fall of 2011. They should have 8 MS graduates this year and 2 PhD's in health physics (not engineering, not radiobiology or related fields, all will say "Health Physics" on their diploma). They do not offer Nuclear Engineering at our school, but Colorado School of Mines does, and they have very good numbers as well.
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