Bircham University’s Meteorology program explains all the elements of the atmosphere including weather, climate and climate change. This program covers all foremost weather and climate topics: clouds and precipitation, atmospheric energy cycles, causes of wind systems and jet streams, atmospheric composition and air pollution, cyclones and anticyclones, severe weather (including tornadoes, thunderstorms and hurricanes) and roots of climate change (natural and human). Bircham University’s Meteorology program depicts how weather forecasting is done. It also clarifies how the rapidly increasing human population and use of energy and other raw materials are greatly impacting the global environment.
Subjects covered on this course include: Atmospheric Science, Weather & Climate, Meteorology, Climatology, Remote Sensing Systems, Weather Analysis & Forecasting, Water & Air Quality & Climate Change.
The Meteorology program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.