In addition to the General option, students may choose to pursue one of four other options, or specialties, within the Meteorology major.
Academic integrity is the pursuit of scholarly activity in an open, honest and responsible manner. This link takes you the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Academic Integrity Policy.
Checksheets and Course Sequencing, Course Offerings by Academic Year, Required Courses, Course Descriptions, NOAA Meteorologist Requirements, First Year Seminar, Internships etc.
Checksheets, Minors, IUG Information, Declaring a Major, Student Aid Eligibility, Student Forms, etc.
Drop/Add Form, Degree Requirement Exception Form, Request for Exception to Program Requirements, Request for Letter of Recommendation, etc.
REU and other research-related opportunities, AMS, NWA and other professional society information, IUG, EMSAGE, etc.
Students are encouraged to participate in internships as part of their meteorological education. Internships are key to gaining experience and are seen as a real asset by potential employers.