Involves 1-4 weeks of full-time work or equivalent part-time work at a private or governmental forecast office, weather observatory or broadcasting facility. The on-site experience is provided to give students an opportunity to become more familiar with meteorological equipment and forecasting procedures and to participate in daily weather observations, discussions, and presentations as appropriate. Compensation is not necessarily provided for intern time. One credit is given for each 40-hour week of participation. Students must submit a written report when the internship is completed. Repeatable for credit. Prerequisite(s): MT 2110 and permission of the instructor.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.