List of courses.
List of courses in Meteorology.
Bachelor's level, basic courses
Bachelor's level, continuing courses
Master's level courses
- Air Quality and Applied Meteorology, 15 credits
- Atmospheric Dynamics and Synoptic Meteorology, 10 credits
- Atmospheric Physics, 15 credits
- Climate Variations, 5 credits
- Climatology and Climatological Methods, 5 credits
- Degree Project D in Meteorology, 15 credits
- Degree Project E in Meteorology, 30 credits
- Degree Project E in Meteorology, 45 credits
- Experimental Boundary Layer Meteorology, 15 credits
- Meteorological Project Work, 10 credits
- Meteorological Project Work, 15 credits
- Meteorology in Practice, 15 credits
- Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere, 10 credits
- Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere II, 5 credits
- Project Work in Meteorology, 5 credits
- Turbulence and Micrometeorology, 15 credits
About the Subject
How will the weather develop? What causes storms and what factors affect the climate? Meteorology gives you a deep understanding of the weather and climate systems. The subject combines physics and mathematics with an in-depth study of atmospheric physics.