Academic Programs


Satisfy most national or international meteorology requirements, such as those of the National Weather Service or the World Meteorological Organization, by completing advanced meteorological training.

Expand your knowledge in psychology or education through this certificate coursework which leads to certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Attain the meteorological knowledge you need to improve your weather forecasting skills. One in three current weathercasters has been trained through this program, and so can you.

Equip yourself with the knowledge and skills that are applicable in a variety of companion animal careers as well as in one's personal life.

Study the technical aspects of issues such as climate change and energy, and learn how our values, beliefs, and governmental policies affect how these issues are addressed.

Earn the 18 graduate credit hours required to teach dual enrollment biology courses as a high school teacher.

Obtain an online certificate that crosses departmental and college boundaries to offer coursework in spatial technologies.

Broaden your knowledge to address issues and techniques specific to visual impairment.