The Meteorology minor introduces the student to the study of the atmosphere, including climate and climate variability, weather forecasting, cloud and precipitation physics, tropical dynamics, severe weather and hurricanes.
|ATM 103||Survey of Modern Meteorology *||3|
|Select 12 credit hours of the following:||12|
|Tropical Weather and Forecasting|
|Meteorological Instrumentation and Observation|
|Advanced Principles in Broadcasting Meteorology|
|Introduction to the Physics of Climate|
|Atmospheric Dynamics I|
|Atmospheric Dynamics II|
|Cloud Physics, Radiation, and Remote Sensing|
|Climate and Global Change|
Approved 500-level classes offered by the Rosenstiel School
|Total Credit Hours||15|
Students with an Oceanography major should replace ATM 103 with one additional elective, for a total of 15 credits.
All electives must be above and beyond those used for the major. Only those courses passed with a grade of “C-” or higher may be applied to the minor. The Meteorology minor fulfills the requirements of the STEM cognate.