Our students complete a rigorous degree program which has been designed to prepare them to enter the workforce as a strong competitor, or to move on to graduate school at a top institution. The degree checksheet for a bachelor’s degree in Meteorology can be found here. Our students also pursue a variety of minors, including Computer Science, Math, Physics, Broadcast Journalism, and others. Those checksheets can be found here. Students may also be interested in pursuing one of our 4+1 programs, which allow students to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Meteorology and a Master’s degree in Business Administration or Data Science and Analytics in just five years. Checksheets for the MBA are here and checksheets for DSA are here.

All courses related to the major (METR, PHYS, MATH, CHEM, CS, etc.) must be completed with a grade of C or better in order to continue in the sequence. In order to meet this requirement, there are a number of options for help available to students: the Math, Chemistry, and Physics departments all offer excellent tutoring resources, and students in Meteorology courses can request assistance from a TA or reach out to Ms. Shelby Hill.

 

The School of Meteorology works to comply with all federal laws and university diversity resource policies. We have partnered with the National Weather Center to provide a satellite testing space for our students. More information can be found here: http://www.ou.edu/ags/about/accommodations.

 

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