Nuclear Engineering Building (NUCL)
Purdue's School of Nuclear Engineering graduates approximately 10% of the nation's nuclear engineers annually. The school prides itself on a small student to faculty ratio and focusses its curriculum on a variety of applicable fields including alternative energy sources and medical technologies.
Divided into three distinct areas of study: Energy Materials and Radioactive Waste Management, Nuclear Fusion and Nuclear Power Engineering, the School of Nuclear Engineering allows students to personalize their plan of study to meet their academic goals. Nuclear engineering at Purdue also features hands-on experience with a working nuclear reactor, the last on its kind to be found on a college campus. The School of Nuclear Engineering is located in the Nuclear Engineering Building.