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Students in the atmospheric sciences certificate program gain a focused understanding of weather, climate and the various related methods of measurement and instrumentation. The coursework is designed to give students the knowledge and skillset necessary to approach meteorological-related programs through the lens of their primary field of study.
The curriculum of the certificate program is also associated with the requirements for certification as a meteorologist by the National Weather Service. Through completion of both the atmospheric sciences certificate and the BS program in geography with a concentration in meteorology-climatology, students achieve the skill sets in GIS and meteorological instrumentation required for national-level certification with the National Weather Service.
Atmospheric Sciences (Certificate)
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