The Master of Science in Meteorology program represents the science behind global climate change through the perspective of the earth and environmental sciences. These concepts then provide the basis to explore the effect of global warming on regions throughout the world. This leads to the analysis, prediction, and impacts of climate change on the environment and economy. The Meteorology graduates meet education requirements for employment with the National Weather Service and the World Meteorological Organization.
- Global Climate Change
- Mesoscale Meteorology
- Global Environmental Problems and Solutions
- Aviation Meteorology Theory and Practice
- Dynamic Meteorology 2
- Dynamic Meteorology 1
- Principles of Atmospheric Science
- Environmental Science Seminar
- A minimum of 50% marks or 2.0 CGPA in Bachelor’s degree or any other equivalent qualification.
- Passing marks in entry test.
There are numerous career options available in meteorology science. There is information on potential career paths for each of the graduate degree tracks, as well as some useful links. The global economic environment demands that businesses understand how the weather is affecting operational concerns such as the flow of goods, shipping delays. Graduates also have a strong foundation for teaching in the earth sciences. Meteorology graduates can find different options for a meteorology career including:
- Meteorologist (research)
- Weather forecaster
- Climate scientist
- Data scientist in weather
- Broadcast meteorologist
- Environmental engineer
- Environmental scientist