Alumni from the college work all across the country and the world. Some graduates have continued their studies with advanced degrees and joined the world of education. Meteorology graduates work for the U.S. military, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), for private weather firms like DTN, the airlines, the Storm Prediction Center, the broadcast media, the National Weather Service, commercial companies, highway and transportation departments, and utility companies, to name just a few careers.
In the School of Aviation studies, a diverse variety of majors and concentrations provide opportunities for students to excel in flying and non-flying careers. Graduates from the School have gone on to hold positions in airport management, corporate aviation, and the military; have worked as flight instructors, corporate aviation pilots, and other airline pilots; and have pursued graduate degrees, among other professional paths. Additionally, the Destination 225° Program provides opportunities for students to acquire the skills necessary to become Southwest First Officers.
Geography, GIS, and Environmental Sustainability grads work as environmental quality specialists for agencies like the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), as community developers, for the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), for the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), as renewable energy planners, information technology specialists, and forestry technicians, for private energy companies, and as U.S. National Park Rangers, and emergency managers -- only a few on a long list of careers that Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability grads have pursued.