A meteorology degree from Plymouth State prepares students for a wide variety of career options in each profession. Plymouth State University focuses on several concentrations within the program:
- Meteorology: Meteorology touches upon virtually all aspects of human activity. Consequently, a variety of career opportunities are available for graduates. Meteorologists are employed in all the economic sectors—private, government and military.
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Sample Job Titles
- Air Quality Engineer
- College Professor
- Environmental Consultant
- Flight Director
- Forensic Meteorologist
- Instrumentation Specialist
- Risk Manager
- Technical Writer
- Broadcast Meteorologist
See the U.S. Department of Labor Outlook for a complete list.
Useful Skills for Jobs in the Atmospheric Science Fields
- Ability to analyze cause and effects
- Proficiency in analytical reasoning
- Strong mathematical background
- Ability to organize and memorize detailed information
- Strong organization skills