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When do Nuclear Engineers use Math

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on 3 June 2011

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How Do Nuclear Engineers
Use math? Nuclear engineers devise how to use radioactive materials in manufacturing, agriculture, medicine, power generation, and many other ways. A bachelor’s degree in engineering is required for almost all entry-level engineering jobs, but graduates with a degree in mathematics may qualify for some engineering jobs, especially in specialties that are in high demand.

A doctoral degree is essential for faculty positions at universities and many research programs at national laboratories but is not required for the majority of entry-level engineering jobs. Education Math Required College Algebra
Geometry
Trigonometry
Calculus I and II
Linear Algebra
Differential Equations
Statistics When Math Is Used Computer Code Instrumentation and Control Heat Transfer FUN (not really) FACTS Low-end Salary:
$66,590/yr



Median Salary:
$96,910/yr



High-end Salary:
$140,140/yr Potential Employer People who feel like hiring me (just sayin...) Sources http://weusemath.org/?q=careers
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