Master of Science (Nuclear Science)

by | Apr 16, 2019

All candidates have to pass 10 credit hours courses and research findings should be written as a thesis.
The required 10 credit hours of courses should be made up of 4 credits hours of faculty core course and 6 credit hours of school courses. Candidates can choose from any courses offered by the school.
Candidates are required to schedule meetings with their supervisor or postgraduate committee for not less than 26 hours per semester for full-time students and 13 hours per semester for part-time students.
Core course should be registered is STPD6014 Research Methodology and 6 credit hours from any of the Master of Science Programmes offered by the faculty with the approval of the student’s supervisor.

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