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Thomas Edison State University is nationally recognized as a leading provider of collegiate programs for nuclear professionals in the United States. Students earn credit for professional and military training, including the Navy Nuclear Power Program training program, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Generic Fundamentals Exam, Entergy's Nuclear Emergency Preparedness Training and nuclear utility training completed through INPO’s National Academy for Nuclear Training. For many programs, credits earned through these credentials enable students to satisfy area of study requirements for undergraduate nuclear programs.
Dr. Richard Coe, assistant dean of the School of Applied Science and Technology, oversees our Nuclear programs. Dr. Coe worked in the nuclear energy industry for 20 years and is the recipient of the Robert L. Long Nuclear Training and Education Excellence Award in recognition of his professional contribution to training and education in the nuclear energy field. He has also been recognized by the American Nuclear Society with the Nuclear Training and Education Pioneer Award.