Learn about our distance education programs
The Teachers in Geosciences (TIG) concentration is a two-year, 36 credit hour program of study offered through distance education. It is designed primarily for K-12 science teachers. The TIG is a non-thesis concentration and requires 36 hours of coursework as well as a written comprehensive exam.
You can also earn your Master of Science degree via distance learning through the Applied Meteorology Program. The M.S. degree in Geosciences with a concentration in Applied Meteorology is designed for individuals who are in meteorological, environmental, or hazards-related careers worldwide. The 12 course, 36-credit hour program of study includes specialized courses in meteorology, climatology, GIS, and hazards.