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Department of Nuclear Power Plant Engineering

Courses:Department of Nuclear Power Plant Engineering
Year 1
Spring Semester
(March-June)
• Introduction to Nuclear Engineering 
• Introduction to Statistics, Data Analysis, and Big Data
• Introduction to Systems Engineering
• Technical Writing I
• Cross Cultural Program Ⅰ
• Minimum Two Elective Courses in the Department of NP
Summer Session
(July)
• Application of Model-Based Systems Engineering
Fall Semester
(August-December)
• APR Technology
• Machine Learning Application to NPP and Business
• Technical Writing II
• Cross Cultural Program II
• Minimum Two Elective Courses in the Department of NPP
Year 2
Spring Semester
(March-June)

• Project Course in one of the study areas listed below 

Fall Semester
(August-December)
• Project Course in one of the study areas listed below
• Thesis (MS)/Individual Project Report (ME)

 

| Study Areas

  • Nuclear Steam Supply System Design
  • Balance of Plant Design
  • Safety Analysis
  • Operation and Management
  • Environment Assessment
  *The curriculum above is based on 2021 academic year and it subject to change. 

Department of Energy Policy & Engineering

Courses:Department of Nuclear Power Plant Engineering
Year 1
Spring Semester
(March-June)
• Electric Resource Planning and Optimization
• Financial Theory for Engineers
• Introduction to Statistics, Data Analysis, and Big Data
• Professional Communication Ⅰ 
• Cross Cultural Program Ⅰ
• Minimum Two Elective Courses among the following courses*
* Micro Grid Platform and BESS; Basic Economics and Quantitative
   Method; Climate Change and Utility Management
Summer Session
(July)
• Introduction to Machine Learning
Fall Semester
(August-December)
• Analysis of Electric Market and Industry
• Project Valuation with Probabilistic Analysis
• Professional Communication II
• Cross Cultural Program II
• Minimum Two Elective Courses among the following courses*
* Seminar series I: Power System Development Project;
Seminar series II: Project Development and Finance;
Low Carbon Energy Policy
Note: Individual research work will be conducted under the direction of a faculty advisor in the KINGS campus until 2022 February. 
Year 2
Spring Semester
(March-June)

Thesis and Individual Project Report I*

*non-double degree students

Fall Semester
(August-December)

Thesis and Individual Project Report II*

*Researching a Master’s thesis/project report at student’s affiliated organization under advice and supervision of a KINGS professor

 

| Study Areas

• Climate Change and Utility Management
• Project Risk Management and Financing   
• Electric Power Economics
• New Energy System
• Supply Chain Management and Systems Dynamics
  *The curriculum above is based on 2021 academic year and it is subject to change.

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