Master of Science in Atmospheric Science

Severe weather, droughts, climate change, and air pollution are but a few of the many atmospheric phenomena that affect society profoundly. Changes to our atmosphere, whether naturally caused or human induced, have an imprint on almost every sector of society including industry, farming, health, sport, recreation and everyday life. As a result, atmospheric science is a high-impact science affecting the wellbeing of the public as well as influencing the development of public policy through its predictions of future weather and climate.

This new two-year Master of Science in Atmospheric Science is designed to develop professional atmospheric scientist who are able to apply their science skills to better understanding, prediction and management of our environment.