The College of DuPage experience is nothing like any other meteorology program in the nation. Here you can begin learning real meteorology right away and have more courses to choose from than anywhere else. Whether you are interested in forecasting, severe weather or more traditional atmospheric sciences, COD will allow students of all ages a chance to delve into how the atmosphere works from the start of their academic career. Student wishing to obtain a four year degree will be able to transfer to another school as a junior with a wealth of experiences and a top-quality education. Others who wish to learn more about meteorology in relation to other careers will find the weather offerings at COD challenging and fascinating.
Please consult a faculty member listed below before beginning your coursework.
- Associate in Science
- Student Planning Worksheet: Use When planning your coursework.
- Course Descriptions
Paul Sirvatka, Meteorology
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3500, (630) 942-2118
Ronald Stenz, Meteorology
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3502, (630)942-3496
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2E06, (630) 942-3210
Spotlight on Meteorology
Faculty Spotlight on Paul Sirvatka, College of DuPage professor of meteorology.
Mike ZuranskiEarth Science
"When I was considering COD's Meteorology program, I met with Professor Paul Sirvatka. One of the first things he said was that this is the best school in the country to start your educational career in meteorology. After that first semester, I could tell it really was a great place to go for the subject, and now I completely agree with him that this is the best place to get started."Read Spotlight
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