Soar with Atmospheric Sciences

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The Department of Atmospheric Sciences invites qualified applicants to apply for admission to our M.S. and Ph.D. graduate programs. A background in meteorology or atmospheric sciences is not necessary, and students with an undergraduate degree in any quantitative discipline such as physics, chemistry, math or engineering are encouraged to apply. Although there are no formal deadlines, applicants for Fall semester are encouraged to have all materials submitted by January 15, and for Spring semester by October 1, for full consideration.

Nearly all admitted graduate students receive financial support, either as research or teaching assistants (see Graduate Studies Funding Opportunities). Assistantships include health insurance benefits and tuition payment. Current stipends range from $21,000 to $24,000 per year. The cost of living in the Bryan-College Station area is generally quite low.

See the Office of Graduate Studies for a comprehensive list of Student Forms, Documents and Procedures.

For inquiries about undergraduate or graduate study, contact:

Missy Mathews
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Eller O&M Building, Room 114
Phone: 979-845-7688

For the most current information please refer to the current Graduate Catalog.

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