Geography (Meteorology-Climatology) (BS)
Concurrent Program

The meteorology-climatology concentration under the BS in geography is designed to meet the requirements for certification as a meteorologist by the National Weather Service. It covers dynamic as well as synoptic meteorology.

Required courses include:

  • atmospheric physics
  • operational weather forecasting
  • three semesters of calculus
  • two semesters of calculus-based physics

Degree Offered

Geography (Meteorology-Climatology) (BS)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of

Location
Tempe

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All students are required to meet general university admission requirements.
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Career Outlook

Students successfully completing the program have found employment with:

  • airlines
  • energy power companies
  • government agencies
  • military (meteorology and pilot training)
  • National Weather Service

This program also provides suitable preparation for graduate study in either meteorology or climatology.

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