As a last ditch attempt at getting a job in the Meteorology sector I am cautiously exploring masters. Now I have searched high and low for experience and cannot gain any. I am very concerned that a masters would have me in the same position with limited employment prospects.
I am looking at this Masters: http://www.reading.ac.uk/ready-to-study/study/subject-area/meteorology-and-climate-pg/msc-applied-meteorology.aspx
My query is in relation to mathematics. My bachelor degree had a lot of Mathematics that I had to work hard with, some modules only just passing. So I do not want to repeat that. I see some modules such as “Atmospheric Physics” that appear to have a lot of maths involved.
Would this be the case and thus a waste of my time studying? Are there Meteorology Masters that do not have high Mathematical content? What about Meteorology Master degrees that combine other subjects alongside placements?