Graduate Studies

Dr. Paul Markowski talks about how he developed his passion for meteorology and more specifically, tornadoes.     

Our graduate degree programs encompass the full spectrum of atmospheric sciences including, but not limited to, climate, oceanography, clouds and cloud physics, atmospheric chemistry and dynamics, boundary layer and turbulence, weather risk management, as well as tropical, synoptic, and mesoscale meteorology.

Spring 2020 Deadlines: 

January 2020

February 2020

  • 17, Monday -- Last date for a spring graduate to upload a draft of the master’s thesis  or doctoral dissertation to the eTD website for format review

March 2020

  • 6, Friday -- Last date for a spring graduate to pass the final doctoral defense (department must return report to Graduate Enrollment Services immediately)
  • 8, Sunday – 14, Saturday -- Spring Break (no classes)
  • 30, Monday -- Last date for a spring graduate to upload final thesis or dissertation to the eTD website for final review

May 2020

  • 1, Friday -- Deadline for Spring 2020 graduating students to submit a request for a letter of certification to Graduate Enrollment Services; Last day of classes
  • 4, Monday – 8, Friday -- Finals Week
  • 10, Sunday -- Graduate School Commencement Ceremony, Bryce Jordan Center, 4:30 p.m.

May 2020

  • 25, Monday -- Memorial Day (no classes)

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