The online undergraduate certificate in weather forecasting is a four-course, 12-credit program of study designed to provide students with a foundational apprenticeship in weather forecasting. To earn this certificate, you must successfully complete the four prescribed meteorology courses.
- METEO 101 is offered spring, summer, fall
- METEO 241 is offered fall and summer
- METEO 361 is offered spring and summer
- METEO 410 is offered fall and spring
The delivery method for the core courses in this program is "online group," with a group of students progressing together through each course. The courses are offered in a timeframe comparable to a traditional semester schedule, with fixed start and end dates. The course content and activities are available in electronic format, and access to the web is required in order to complete this program.
Required Courses (12 credits)
METEO 241 and METEO 361 are offered on an alternating basis every summer semester.
Prerequisites as listed may be waived by the course instructor if you can demonstrate the required level of competency. Students need to earn at least a "C" grade in all four courses to be eligible for the certificate.
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