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Meteorology


4+1 Program in Meteorology/Atmospheric Science (BS/MS)

General Information
The 4+1 Program in Meteorology/Atmospheric Science (BS/MS) allows Rutgers SEBS students to obtain both BS (Meteorology) and MS (Atmospheric Science) degrees in five years by taking some graduate-level courses in their fourth year.

How to Apply
Students wishing to complete the 4+1 program should apply by sending a personal statement to the Undergraduate Program Director by the end of the spring semester of their second year of post-secondary study.

Requirements
Automatic Admission
Students who apply and meet the following requirements will be automatically accepted into the program:
  • The following prerequisites completed (with C's or higher) by end of the spring semester:
    • 11:670:101 Introduction to Meteorology
    • 11:670:102 Introduction to Climate Science
    • 11:670:211 Meteorological Analysis
    • 11:670:212 Computational Methods for Meteorology
    • 01:640:151152 Calculus for Mathematical and Physical Sciences
    • 01:640:251 Multivariable Calculus
    • 01:750:203204 General Physics
    • 01:750:205206 General Physics Laboratory
  • 11:670:323 Thermodynamics of the Atmosphere on fall schedule
  • No more than 30 transfer credits
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher (including spring and summer courses of second year)
Other Scenarios
Should an applicant not meet the requirements for automatic admission, the Graduate Program in Atmospheric Sciences Admissions Committee will consider the applicant's personal statement and all other pertinent information and make a decision on admission to the 4+1 program.

Decision Timing

All applicants will be notified about acceptance into the program by the end of August.

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