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The Texas A&M University College of Engineering offers an online Master of Engineering in nuclear engineering degree, which delivers the same quality and outcomes as the on-campus program. All distance learning students take the same classes, have the same faculty and complete the same course work and exams as those on campus.

A applicant holding a Bachelor's degree, or a qualified senior during their last semester, may apply for admission to graduate studies to work toward the non-thesis degree of Master of Engineering (MENG).

Master of Engineering program degree plans consist of nuclear engineering and College of Engineering courses with the total credit hour minimum set at 30 hours. The actual degree plans are developed and decided by the student and their advisor.

How to Apply

All graduate engineering applications will be submitted using EngineeringCAS, a centralized application service.

To current Texas A&M engineering undergraduate students and recent graduates: Please send your application through the Quick Admit Graduate Program, which provides an expedited application review process.

You will be required to submit the following in order to apply:

  1. A statement of purpose.
    • Applicants are encouraged to write about the following areas:
      • Academic and Professional Preparation
      • Post-Graduate Plans
  2. Unofficial transcripts.
  3. Three letters of recommendation.
  4. Application fees:
    • You will be required to pay the EngineeringCAS processing fee ($58) in addition to the Texas A&M University application fee of $65 for domestic applicants, or $90 for international applicants.
  5. View the language requirements page for information on TOEFL or IELTS submission requirements, if applicable.
  6. The GRE requirement has been waived for fall 2022 and spring 2023 applicants.
    • Optional: You may self-report your general Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) test scores (subject tests not required) in the Quadrant 2 Academic History section of the application. You may also upload copies of your unofficial test score reports in the Quadrant 4 Program section under Documents in the application.

Admissions Deadlines

All application materials must be completed by the stated deadline. Applicants are encouraged to submit documents to the admissions office four weeks prior to our departmental deadlines to accommodate for processing time.

  • Fall semester (for international applicants): July 1
  • Fall semester (for domestic applicants): Aug. 1
  • Spring semester: Dec. 1


For more information about our online Master of Engineering in nuclear engineering degree, contact:

Heather Haliburton Janke

  • Graduate Academic Advisor
  • Office: M202B AI Engineering Building
  • Phone: 979-458-2072
  • Email:
Heather Haliburton Janke