Does anyone know the required first year graduate courses for MIT Nuclear Science and Engineering? I was just informed about a fellowship (due today!!) and noticed that I need this information. I'm looking into fusion... here is their course catalog:

http://student.mit.edu/catalog/m22b.html

Thanks!

PS I had no idea under what topic this should go...

## MIT Nuclear Science and Engineering fellowship

### Re: HELP!

Thirty seconds of googling turned up:

http://web.mit.edu/nse/education/gradua ... egree.html

which has the S.M. degree requirements and lists the core courses for each focus.

If by "graduate degree" you mean PhD, the requirements may be different, but I'd be surprised if they're not on the department's website as well.

http://web.mit.edu/nse/education/gradua ... egree.html

which has the S.M. degree requirements and lists the core courses for each focus.

If by "graduate degree" you mean PhD, the requirements may be different, but I'd be surprised if they're not on the department's website as well.

### Re: MIT Nuclear Science and Engineering fellowship

Probably (and hopefully not) but it says:

"List all courses planned for the NEXT academic year. (Required: List courses totaling 18-24 hours of full-time study. If you are not currently enrolled in graduate school, you should contact your first choice university to obtain the required first year courses.)"

I'll come up with something. If anyone knows what courses are actually required, please let me know.

"List all courses planned for the NEXT academic year. (Required: List courses totaling 18-24 hours of full-time study. If you are not currently enrolled in graduate school, you should contact your first choice university to obtain the required first year courses.)"

I'll come up with something. If anyone knows what courses are actually required, please let me know.