It is easy to be fascinated by the amazing power of storms and the possibility of major changes in the global climate. EAS is perfect for those students captivated by weather and climate.

Furthermore, the EAS major meets the requirements of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Service (NWS/NOAA). EAS undergraduates participate in climate research with Tech faculty and internships at The Weather Channel, CNN, CBS, ABC, FOX, Delta Air Lines, and the National Weather Service.

Sample schedule for Meteorology for catalog year 2021-22.

Key (for the sample schedule below):

(*): Core and Technical electives required to satisfy the requirements for the AMS Meteorology degree and NWS/NOAA employment

(#): courses that are required, but you have a choice of more than just that specific course.

(1): Assumes AP credit for MATH 1551 Differential Calculus (2)

Total Credit Hours = 120+

Learn more about Georgia Tech's Core Curriculum, required of all undergraduate students.