Top Colleges - Meteorology
When you tell your friends that you want to study meteorology in college, they’ll instantly envision you on the local news, donning a wacky bowtie, predicting the next snowstorm about as well as coin flip. Believe it or not, the majority of meteorology grads are actually employed by the government within agencies like the National Weather Service, NASA, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Agriculture. Many other graduates go on to work in private industry or further their education in order to teach at the university level. If courses like Synoptic Meteorology and Atmospheric Thermodynamics sound invigorating rather than sleep-inducing, then meteorology may be the major for you, and the schools on our best meteorology programs list are the best places in the country in which to complete your studies.
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