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Our program closely follows the AMS statement on bachelor's degrees in atmospheric science.

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 Our program also satisfies federal service positions as meteorologist or oceanographer.

Each student's plan is laid out after careful collaboration with an academic advisor, as certain career plans require different course selections. 

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Our course plans satisfy the American Meteorological Society's guidelines for the B.S. degree in Atmospheric Science, as well as the Federal Civil Service GS 1340 requirements for meteorologist and the GS 1360 requirements for oceanographer.

See the list of courses available in our department.

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Our major has been designed to teach broad-based knowledge in meteorology, oceanography, climate and air pollution. 

All undergraduate AOSC majors are required to complete an original capstone research project or internship. 

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In addition to working with our faculty, many research and internship opportunities exist outside the department. 

Apply for scholarships and awards available for AOSC undergraduate majors.

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We have a variety of scholarship and award opportunities available for our undergraduate students.

Find out how to schedule an appointment with the undergraduate advisor.

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Each student's four-year plan is laid out after careful collaboration with an academic advisor, as certain career plans require different course selections. 

Find out how students are selected to participate in the departmental honors program in atmospheric and oceanic science.

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Students on the AOSC Honors list are eligible to take certain graduate courses.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

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