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Transcript of Meteorology

Career Project
Meteorology is the study in which people learn the ideas of advanced weather and weather technologies. The people who study meteorology can help others avoid the dangers of extreme weather. They also aid in the development of new technologies designed to assist with predicting the weather.
Record and analyze data from weather stations, satellites, radars, and remote sensors
Interpret observations from land, sea, and upper atmosphere
Make reports regarding weather changes
Monitor pollution levels in the atmosphere
Research and predict climate change
Help improve weather prediction models
Write research papers, reports, reviews, and summaries.
Meteorologists do not have a typical 9-5 job, but instead work 8-12 hour rotating shifts.

Florida State University
A2500 University Center
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2400
Requirements to be accepted:
No minimum GPA, but average is 3.9 - 4.7 weighted
26-30 ACT composite
1730-1960 SAT total
Penn State
201 Old Main
University Park, PA 16802
Requirements to be accepted:
No minimum GPA, but average is 3.52-3.97
25-30 ACT composite
1730-1980 SAT total
Name of degree completed:
Bachelor of Science in Meteorology
Name of degree completed:
Bachelor of Science in Meteorology
The starting salary for a meteorologist was $39,250 as of 2010. The average salary is $91,846.
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