Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology, North Carolina A&T University

Information for this profile was provided by Solomon Bililign, Professor of Physics. Information is also available on the program website. Students in this program are pursuing a B.S. degree.

Program Design & Assessment


This degree program was created as a result of a 6-year grant establishing the NOAA-ISET Cooperative Science Center. This center is comprised of 7 institutions with NCA&T being the lead institution. The Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology B.S. program teaches students learning and predicting weather and climate, and prepares them to become highly-skilled for a career in atmospheric science.

Types of students served

Over 90% of the students in the various geosciences degrees are minorities, which mirrors the university's demographics. More information is available on the Supporting Minority Students in Geoscience at NCA&T page.

Courses and Sequencing

Diagram of course sequencing and requirements

Supporting Materials

Flyer about the degree program and its connection to the NOAA-ISET Center at NCA&T.