About Educational Leadership: Weather and Climatology
Bring specialized knowledge, skills and leadership to your K-12 classroom.
Weather and climate influence decision-making in fields from business and finance to public health and regional planning. California University of Pennsylvania’s online master’s degree program in weather and climatology positions you to be an educational leader as you teach your elementary, middle or high school students about the wide-ranging impacts of weather and climate.
Cal U’s online M.Ed. in Educational Leadership: Weather and Climatology is a multidisciplinary program developed specifically for active K-12 educators.
- The online master’s program prepares teachers to bring current weather and climate content to their classrooms, providing students with knowledge about weather, climate variability and environmental concerns arising from natural and manmade influences.
- The graduate degree program also builds instructional expertise in teaching these important topics and helps teachers to apply research and educational leadership skills in their schools.
- Partnership with American Meteorological Society makes students eligible for 9 tuition-free credits.
Gain expertise through American Meteorological Society courses.
Cal U’s 30-credit master’s degree concentration in weather and climatology is the only M.Ed. program that incorporates coursework offered in partnership with the American Meteorological Society (AMS). Teachers who apply to participate in AMS DataStreme programs are concurrently enrolled in one of Cal U’s 500-level courses in the Earth Sciences Department. They may apply a maximum of nine credits from the AMS DataStreme program, tuition-free, to the Cal U master’s degree in Educational Leadership: Weather and Climatology.
Active K-12 teachers personalize the M.Ed. program by enrolling in additional 700-level courses in meteorology, climatology or a related focus area. They also choose among specialized education courses offered by Cal U’s Department of Secondary Education and Administrative Leadership.