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Name of course : Fundamentals of Nuclear Energy
Description : Introduction to nuclear energy. Topics include radioactivity, radiation detection, interaction of radiation with matter, nuclear reactions, fission, fusion, nuclear reactors, radiation safety and protection, and laboratory measurement of nuclear radiation.
Prerequisites : PY 208
Corequisites : PY 407
Comments :
Average user rating : 1.67
Average GPA of classes in course : 2.56
Std. dev. of classes in course :
Percentile within all courses : 9%
Percentile within department courses : 40%
 Spring 2010
Class Instructor Days Time Books Users
NE 202 section 001 Hawari TuTh 130PM-245PM 0 0
NE 202 section 201 Hawari M 230PM-530PM 0 0
NE 202 section 202 Hawari W 230PM-530PM 0 0
NE 202 section 203 Hawari F 230PM-530PM 0 0
 Spring 2006
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 202 section 002 Hawari % 1
NE 202L section 201 Hawari % 0
NE 202L section 202 Hawari % 1
NE 202L section 203 Hawari % 0
 Spring 2005
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 202 section 001 Hawari % 1
NE 202L section 201 Hawari % 0
NE 202L section 202 Hawari % 0
NE 202L section 203 Hawari % 0
 Spring 2004
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 202 section 001 Hawari % 4
NE 202L section 201 Hawari % 2
NE 202L section 202 Hawari % 1
NE 202L section 203 Hawari % 0
 Spring 2003
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 202 section 001 Hawari 2.56 1.27 100% 5
NE 202L section 201 Hawari % 0
NE 202L section 202 Hawari % 2
 Spring 2002
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 202 section 001 % 0
NE 202 section 002 % 2
NE 202L section 201 % 0
NE 202L section 202 % 2
 User Ratings
wolfnuke
All American
875 Posts
user info
course :NE 202
course rating :2 - Average
course comments :Decent class, covers lots of material and seems to be a formula memorizing class at times.
class :Spring 2003 section 001
grade received :N/A
class rating :2 - Average
class comments :Had homework due every week and he had pop quizzes if there weren't many people that showed up.
instructor :Hawari
instructor rating :1 - Bad
instructor comments :Not a good teacher, had an accent and never gave an opportunity to ask questions in class. He often would not return emails.
lecatpuke
Veteran
170 Posts
user info
course :NE 202
course rating :2 - Average
course comments :The material is somewhat fundamental, but not all that exciting. It helps get a grasp on the basics of nuclear science.
class :Spring 2004 section 001
grade received :A-
class rating :2 - Average
class comments :It's not a bad course, but it could be more organized. Basically it's a full lecture with lots of examples and formulas for notes. The homeworks help prepare you for the open book exams, so make sure you know how to get correct answers when you have the book to reference.
instructor :Hawari
instructor rating :2 - Average
instructor comments :He's a fairly nice guy, light accent, very intelligent. Doesn't always explain stuff the clearest the first time, but he's responsive to questions. This class is probably too simple for him to be teaching.
lecatpuke
Veteran
170 Posts
user info
course :NE 202L
course rating :1 - Bad
course comments :The 202 lab is pretty much useless. Very unorganized, and doesn't give you much insight into how things work in real life.
class :Spring 2004 section 202
grade received :N/A
class rating :2 - Average
class comments :The labs take 1-3 hours depending on how fast you solve the multiple problems you encounter. Then the 10 page lab write-ups occupy your weekends.
instructor :Hawari
instructor rating :2 - Average
instructor comments :Hawari does not do labs, the TA's do. I had Hahn and Fischbach, and they were laid back and helpful in lab and leinient in grading (as long as you turn in at least something for each part of the lab report).

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