BSc Atmospheric Sciences
The undergraduate program in Atmospheric Sciences from George Mason University gives students a strong Green Leafquantitative undergraduate education in atmospheric, climate, and related sciences to understand the basic principles behind current and emerging issues in weather, climate variability, and climate change.
$ 16,485 per semester
Fairfax, United States
About the program
Students in the Atmospheric Sciences program at George Mason University completing the atmospheric sciences degree will be prepared for a full range of career paths including forecast and analysis, operations and research support in meteorology, numerical weather prediction, data analytics, and climate.
The curriculum meets the American Meteorological Society’s recommendations for a bachelor’s degree in atmospheric sciences.
Scientists and students in the Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Earth Sciences (AOES) are working to better understand our planet in myriad ways, from improving numerical model predictions of next year’s atmospheric temperature to explaining geological strata laid down in previous eras, from monitoring water transport through the atmosphere to modeling water movement at the bottom of the ocean.
- Weather Analysis and Prediction
- Senior Research
- Atmospheric Dynamics
- Atmospheric Thermodynamics
- Atmospheric Physics