Yes, you may still apply. Applications are currently being accepted for entry into the Nuclear Technology program. To apply, visit the Apply! webpage, download the appropriate application, and submit the required documents to the Center for Career & Technical Education (room 224) on the Pasco campus.
Why A Degree in Nuclear Technology?
Degree Seeking & Non-Degree Seeking Options
Earn a Two-year Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Nuclear Technology
Choose from one of three degree options:
Take Individual Courses to Bolster Your Career
Take individual courses for career enhancement, personal interest, continued training and education. All courses meet ACAD 08-006 training objectives. Learn more
About the Program
Graduates of the program can work within the nuclear industry in areas such as the continued safe and economical operation of existing nuclear power plants and processing facilities, disposal of nuclear waste, and other advanced industrial applications of nuclear technology. I&C and NLO options have the added bonus of receiving transferable skills that allow them to also work in industries such as: energy generation, process operations, and manufacturing.
CBC works closely with the nuclear industry, both locally and nationally. As one of 36 Nuclear Uniform Curriculum Programs (NUCP) in the United States, CBC and Energy Northwest partner to assure that the CBC Nuclear Technology program is aligned with the needs of the nuclear power industry and are consistent with the established standards for accredited utility training programs so that all graduates have the same basic knowledge necessary to be successful power plant workers.
CBC offers the National Academy for Nuclear Training (NANT) certificate. This national certification is earned beyond the AAS degree in Nuclear Technology, and if achieved, affirms a graduate’s skills and knowledge for the respective ACAD 08-006 curriculum and training position for two years after the issue date.
Program Funding & Support
Program development has been guided by 15 members of a program planning committee representing organizations such as AREVA, CHPRC – CH2MHill Plateau Remediation Company, Central Washington Building and Construction Trades Council, Energy Northwest, HAMMER, IBEW Local 77, TFE -Technical and Field Engineering, Inc., WRPS - Washington River Protection Solutions, and PNNL - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
These organizations have also provided a variety of scholarship, internship, hands-on learning, and employment opportunities to CBC Nuclear Technology students.
July 21, 2014
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