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Meteorology Course Sequencing and Checksheets
Suggested course sequencing is provided. Checksheets require login with PSU access account
Course Descriptions (University "Blue Book")
The University's official listing of all Meteorology courses, their descriptions, and prerequisites.
Course Offerings by Academic Year
These documents show which Meteorology courses are offered for a particular semester
Courses Required in All Options
These courses are required despite the option you pursue in the Meteorology major.
Federal Rules on Student Aid Eligibility
To receive federal aid, students must complete 67 percent of credits
First Year Seminar
The EMS First-Year Seminar is a required course for all EMS first-year students at the University Park campus. It is a three credit course designed to encourage students to begin the important process of "thinking for a living.
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.
Professional Electives (Meteorology Courses)
These are professional elective courses in Meteorology. In addition to all the required courses for the Meteorology major, you will need to select from these courses in order to fulfill your degree requirements.
NOAA Meteorologist Requirements (GS-1340)
All Penn State Meteorology B.S. graduates, regardless of their option choice, satisfy the requirements to apply for a NOAA GS-1340 position.
Schedule of Courses (University Registrar)
This is the course listing for the current and upcoming semester published by the Office of the University Register.
A collection of course descriptions and requirements by semester
Special Course Offerings (Current Semester)
When interest warrants, courses in other topics are offered occasionally using the designation 597X. Recent special offerings are listed using the link above.
Meteorology Course Offerings – Academic Year 2015-16
METEO Courses proposed as of January 14, 2015
Meteorology Course Offerings –Academic Year 2014-2015
Preliminary - as of July 9, 2014

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