John Jones- yes ERAU Daytona has a metorology program, along with many other different programs even to dispatcher, not to mention many others.
The way I did it, I went to a community college for awhile, got a 2yr degree while working with the admissions office at ERAU-DAB, to make sure most of my credits would transfer for the 4yr degree at ERAU. This was my 1st semister at Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach. Where I'm standing now, I can be done in about a year and a half with the 4yr degree. At the same time I was working on flight certificates away from school for 2 reasons. 1. The FBO/Small flt school route was cheaper for me (money was an issue in my case to). 2. At Riddle, as an Aeronautical Science major, you must complete the rest of your ratings AT RIDDLE FROM THE TIME YOU ENROLL TO THE END OF YOUR COMMERCIAL/MULTI. If you come in with nothing, you have to do everything else with them. This is pretty expensive going the riddle way. One of my good friends at school was forced to stop flying in the middle of the semister because of money problems. I would recommend at least getting your private certificate away from school and see if you really like flying enough to work on it for a good period of time, and to make sure it is worth the money to you. I have heard of many Riddle students who started with no flying experience and finished or quit their flying and said that it just wasn't for them. To do that at school is to waste alot of money, but if you can find another place to at least start, you can find out for sure if it is for you before getting wound up in financial aid, etc. If you want to go to Riddle you can pick another degree major while you are working on your certificates, then when you are done, just switch majors to Aero Science. The school is great and would not trade it for any other, most of the teachers are very good. The only thing that bothers me and know a few others can agree with is that we could use a few changes in the flight department.
Hope this helps, and if I can answer anything just let me know.