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Climate Studies and Meteorology are sciences that study atmospheric processes and weather forecasting. It tries to study and observe the different ways in which the Earth's atmosphere, land surfaces, and oceans influence the environment. Along with atmospheric physics and chemistry, they are a part of atmospheric sciences. Climate Studies and Meteorology study programs provide students with knowledge on various topics like geography, meteorological instruments, environmental sciences, calculus, and many more.

Climate Studies and Meteorology students analyse data from satellites and weather stations, make weather forecasts, and study climate changes. They are also able to study and observe different phenomena like temperature, humidity, rain, and wind. Various fields like agriculture, military, transportation, and energy production require knowledge of Climate Studies and Meteorology.
Employment opportunities are colossal for students of climate studies and meteorology who can engage in a myriad of employment opportunities counting energy production, military, agriculture as well as working as a weather forecaster and research analyst, in addition to diverse other rewarding opportunities.


Study Levels

Climate Studies and Meteorology programs are offered by several colleges and universities around the world at different levels,
These include:
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Meteorology
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Meteorology and Oceanography
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Chemistry, the Atmosphere, and the Environment
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Geophysics and Meteorology
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Atmospheric Sciences
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Environment and Sustainability
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Economics with Climate Change
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
Master of Science (MSc) in Meteorology
Master of Science (MSc) in Meteorology and Oceanography
Master of Science (MSc) in Atmospheric Sciences
Master of Science (MSc) in Climate Studies
Master of Science (MSc) in Climate Physics
Master of Science (MSc) in Earth, Life, and Climate
Master of Science (MSc) in Global Energy and Climate Policy
Master of Science (MSc) in Cold Climate Engineering
Master of Science (MSc) in Earth and Climate System Science
Master of Science (MSc) in Atmospheric Sciences
Master of Science (MSc) in Environment and Sustainability
Master of Science (MSc) in Earth Sciences
Postgraduate Diploma in Climate Change


The following are the specialisation offered under this discipline:
Physics Meteorology
Applied Meteorology
Atmospheric Physics, Meteorology, And Climatology
Climate Dynamics
Earth And Climate System Science
Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
Climate Physics

Throwing Caps

Air Pollution Management and Control
Applied Geography
Waste Management
Pollution Studies

Climate Adaptation and Mitigation
Ecosystem Management
Atmospheric Chemistry
Weather Prediction and Forecasting
Climate Modelling
Environmental Law



The rise in global concern due to the increasing temperature of the planet has led to massive career opportunities in this subject area. Climate Studies and Meteorology graduates can find employment in different sectors like pollution control boards in national as well as international platforms, agricultural planning divisions, navy, air force, educational institutes, and many more.


    Job roles include:
    Research Scientist
    Atmospheric Scientist
    Project Manager
    Environmental Lawyer


    Weather Forecaster
    Environmental Policy Maker
    Broadcast Meteorologist
    Climate Scientist
    Forensic Meteorologist
    Renewable Energy Scientist
    Environmental Consultant
    Emergency Manager
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