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Nuclear Physics

Tarleton Physics graduates have access to special pipeline scholarships for pursuit of graduate study in either Health Physics or Nuclear Engineering in the Nuclear Engineering Department at Texas A&M.   

BS in Physics - Nuclear Track

The Joint BS Physics Degree provides students with up to 31 hrs in course work in nuclear physics, health physics, and medical physics. This provides the student with the necessary background for admission into the graduate program in Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University. With more than 2 million dollars in state-of-the-Art research and educational equipment, Tarleton also has one of the best equipped undergraduate nuclear laboratories of any undergraduate program in the U.S. in addition to numerous collaborations with other nuclear research groups enabling students to get hands-on experience not possible at most other institutions.