Science Program Learning Outcomes

The Meteorology option (LAME-AS) is part of the program Liberal Arts And Sciences: Science Emphasis / A.S. Degree. Click on the link above to read the Program Mission Statement, Goals and Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs).

Meteorology Courses

These are the general syllabi for the courses offered in Meteorology. Click on the courses to read the Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs). However, each instructor writes a specific course outline with detailed guidelines every semester. Students should check with their instructors for more specific information at the start of the semester.

  1. MET101   Introduction to Weather
  2. MET103   Global Climate Change
  3. MET295   Special Topics in Meteorology
  4. MET296   Honors Special Topics in Meteorology
Liberal Arts & Science Associate Degree: Meteorology option (LAME-AS)

Suggested 2-year schedule for METEOROLOGY MAJORS at SCCC

We encourage students to ask advice about class scheduling to the faculty: we want you to make the best use of your time. Research shows that earning an associate degree before transferring to a four-year institution is associated positively with earning a bachelor's degree (Crosta & Kopko 2014, and references therein). "Completion at the community college could lead to four-year college outcomes that are nearly 10 percentage points greater than comparable to students who do not complete."



Click on faculty names for link to their website, when available.
name / title phone1 office2 e-mail3
Michael Erickson
Adjunct Instructor
Michael Flanagan
Adjunct Instructor
Margaret Lomaga
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Scott Mandia
Assistant Academic Chair; Professor
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1Please note that all phone numbers begin with 631-451- unless otherwise indicated.

2Offices are located at the Smithtown Science Building (T) on the Ammerman Campus, unless otherwise noted.

3E-mail addresses are "@", unless otherwise noted.