A medallion from Missouri S&T shows that you have specialized knowledge to help your company succeed. Courses in the medallion program can boost your career to another level and add to your distinction in the workplace.

These are stand-alone courses with specific knowledge you may need for your career. Some medallions are the same as courses within a certificate program, but you do not need to take multiple courses to earn a medallion. If you fulfill the course requirements, the medallion is yours to add to your professional accomplishments.

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NUC ENG 5363: Applied Health Physics

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

Students will learn radiation sources, external and internal dosimetry, biological effects of radiation, radiation protection principles, regulatory guides, and radioactive and nuclear materials management.

Prerequisite: Nuc Eng 3103 or Physics 2305

NUC ENG 5281: Probabilistic Risk Assessment I

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 3

A study of the techniques for qualitative and quantitative assessment of reliability, safety and risk associated with complex systems such as those encountered in the nuclear power industry. Emphasis is placed on fault tree analysis.

Prerequisite: Nuc Eng 3205

CS Bootcamp 1

Not for credit, run through continuing education

This course prepares the non-computer science engineer or natural science educated student, with no computing background, and is a prerequisite for Bootcamp II. Concepts include Discrete Mathematics, Problem Solving with Computing and Python, C++ Language, and Data Structures.

ChemEng 2100: Material and Energy Balances

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

The application of mathematics, physics and chemistry to industrial chemical processes. The use of equations of state, chemical reaction stoichiometry, and the conservation of mass and energy to solve chemical engineering problems.

Prerequisites: Chem 1320 or Geology 3410; Math 1215 or Math 1221; preceded or accompanied by Physics 1135

ChemEng 4110: Process Control

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

This course is the study of the dynamics of chemical processes and the instruments and software used to measure and control temperature, pressure, liquid level, flow, and composition.

Prerequisites: Preceded or accompanied by any one of Chem Eng 4100 or Chem Eng 4130 or Chem Eng 4200; or preceded by Chem Eng 3150, Chem Eng 3131 and Chem Eng 3141; or preceded by Chem Eng 3150 and preceded or accompanied by Chem Eng 5250

CS 1570 : Introduction to C++ Programming

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

Learn programming design and development using C++. Emphasis placed on problem solving methods using good programming practices and algorithm design and development. Topics included are syntax/semantics, logical, relational and arithmetic operators, decision branching, loops, functions, file I/O, arrays, output formatting, C-strings, and an introduction to Object-Oriented Programming including the development and use of classes.

Prerequisite: Accompanied by Comp Sci 1580

COMP SCI 5402: Data Mining and Machine Learning

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

This course presents classical and modern data mining and machine learning algorithms as well as data preprocessing/warehousing, mining association rules, classification/prediction methods, clustering techniques, and Bayesian networks. The course also incorporates unsupervised/supervised/reinforcement learning, learning decision trees, artificial neural networks, support vector machines, and ensemble learning

Arch E 5001 - Renewable Systems in Built Environment

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

Learn to design renewable energy power production systems; plan and size distributed energy resources (DER) for facility use; analyze building power demand, study load shedding and demand response at facility level; design mixed-use communities,utilizing power sharing and controls for energy savings; and design and develop DER storage and multi-mode energy production.

Prerequisites: Electrical Circuits (EE2800), Building Electrical Systems (ArchE 4850) or Instructor Approval

Geol 1120: Lecture - Evolution of the Earth

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

This course provides a survey of the Earth history from the coalescence of the solar system to the present and the events that have profoundly transformed the planet in the context of the dynamic feedback between physical and biological systems. A one-day field trip is required.

Prerequisites: Recommend Geo Eng 1150 or Geology 1110 or Bio Sci 1113 but not required

Geol 1129: Lab - Evolution of the Earth

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

Geology 1129 is designed to accompany Geology 1120 and consists of laboratory explorations of fundamental concepts in geology and the diversity of the fossil record.

Prerequisite: Preceded or accompanied by Geology 1120


CivE 5001 - Design of Structures for Blast and Fire

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

SE6103: Systems Life Cycle Costing

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

Learn methods of economic evaluation for engineering projects involving complex systems. Economic impacts on choosing system alternatives, life cycle costing, economic decisions involving risk and uncertainty, and engineering cost estimation for projects in government, defense, and commercial industries.

MIN ENG 3512: Mining Industry Economics

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

Learn the importance of the mineral industry to national economy; uses, distribution, and trade of economic minerals; time value of money; mineral taxation; economic evaluation utilizing depreciation, depletion, and discounted cashflowconcepts; social and economical significance of mineral resources.

Prerequisite: Econ 1100 or 1200. (Co-listed with Econ 3512).

NUC ENG 5207: Nuclear Fuel Cycle

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

This course covers nuclear fuel reserves and resources; milling, conversion, and enrichment; fuel fabrication; in-and-out-of core fuel management; transportation, storage, and disposal of nuclear fuel; low level and high level waste management; economics of the nuclear fuel cycle.

Prerequisite: Nuc Eng 3205

ChemEng 3111: Numerical Computing for Chemical Engineering

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

Students will add to their programming skills by exploring numerical computational techniques for solving and analyzing algebraic and calculus-based equations and systems of equations that describe chemical engineering processesg

Prerequisites: Math 3304 and either both Comp Sci 1570 and Comp Sci 1580, or both Comp Sci 1971 and Comp Sci 1981, or both Comp Sci 1972 and Comp Sci 1982.

NUC ENG 5203: Reactor Physics I

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

This course is the study of neutron interactions, fission, chain reactions, neutron diffusion and neutron slowing down; criticality of a bare thermal homogeneous reactor.

Prerequisite: Nuc Eng 3205

NUC ENG 6331: Radiation Shielding

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

The course covers particle transport equation and methods of solving it; the Monte Carlo Method; special computational methods for neutron and gamma attenuation. Computer codes used in shielding. Shielding materials, shield design.

Prerequisite: Nuc Eng 4203

COMP SCI 5001: Applied Social Network Analysis

Summer session 3: July 6 - July 31

In this course you will learn how to use networks to model and analyze relationships between people, artifacts, and ideas. Analyses will include identification of both communities and key individuals, and the modeling of diffusion processes such as in the spread of diseases. Methods will be practiced in programming assignments using Python or R.

Prerequisite: C or better in CS 2500

NUC ENG 5241 (co-listed as MET ENG 5170): Nuclear Materials I

Summer session 1: June 8 - July 31

Students will learn the fundamentals of materials selection for components in nuclear applications; design and fabrication of UO2 fuel; reactor fuel element performance; mechanical properties of UO2; radiation damage and effects, including computer modeling; corrosion of materials in nuclear reactor systems.

Prerequisites: Civ Eng 2210; Nuc Eng 3205: Nuc Eng 3223; Met Eng 2110. (Co-listed with Met Eng 5170)

EM6113: Advanced Personnel Management

Summer session 1: July 8 - July 31

Learn current practices of procurement and maintenance of technical personnel in research, development, and design organizations, adaptation of such personnel to the technological enterprise, current practices in personnel administration, and labor management relationships.