The College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences offers both Masters and PhD degrees in Atmospheric Sciences (technically in the Atmospheric Science concentration of the Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences degree). These web pages will provide you will an overview of the program.
Graduate research applicants should have an undergraduate degree in physics, mathematics, engineering, chemistry, atmospheric science, or related fields with strength in mathematics. Applicants should have completed one year of physics with calculus, one year of chemistry, and courses in vector calculus and differential equations. Courses in probability and statistics are also desirable. An interdisciplinary doctorate is available.
- Guidelines on applying to graduate school in general
- Why you should attend CEOAS for graduate school
- CEOAS application and instructions, OSU Online Application
- Additional hints for submitting your CEOAS application
- Atmospheric (and related) Sciences courses
- FAQ for prospective students
- Fellowships, summer programs, and postdoctoral programs for prospective and current students. I strongly urge you to apply for any relevant fellowship.
If you have questions about the graduate program after reading these pages, feel free to contact email@example.com (for application details) or Dr. Jennifer Hutchings (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions about the atmospheric sciences program in particular.