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The multifaceted nature of the atmospheric and related sciences, and the wide variety of jobs open to graduates in the discipline, results in a variety of educational opportunities and options.

Two paths can lead to graduation and employment in the atmospheric and related sciences.

Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree
Bachelor of Science graduates are often sought after by the broadcast media, commercial weather service providers and companies whose business activities strongly depend on the weather.

Master of Science and Ph.D graduate degrees
Master of Science and Ph.D degree holders are hired by research institutions, government laboratories, universities and all of those who employ Bachelor of Science graduates.

 

 

 
 
   

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