The goal of the Agricultural Meteorology program is to provide M.S. and Ph.D. students with advanced analysis and simulation techniques which will enable them to address the challenging environmental and agricultural problems facing our global community. The basic components of this program are derived from well respected expertise in agronomy, botany, statistics and meteorology at Iowa State University.
The Agricultural Meteorology program benefits from outstanding research facilities. These include high-performance computational and graphical workstations, as well as a range of equipment for conducting field experiments. Students often work cooperatively with other ISU departments as well as affiliated institutions such as the National Soil Tilth Laboratory.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission