Top 7 reasons to study Meteorology at Dal:
You’ll use the latest in radar and satellite technology as you learn how to predict weather patterns and systems.
By combining the Diploma in Meteorology with a BSc in Physics, you’ll broaden your job prospects.
Take courses with professors discovering new information about the Earth’s atmosphere—like how aerosol particles affect climate change.
Get hands-on practice in modelling real weather data in courses like
Synoptic Meteorology I and II. You’ll be trained as a weather forecaster and get a strong foundation in atmospheric science for meteorological studies at the graduate level.
As part of the Physics and Atmospheric Sciences Department, you’ll automatically join the Dalhousie Undergraduate Physics Society (DUPS) and attend fun social events.
You’ll find out how satellite imagery and other data help better predict the movement and force of hurricanes along the Atlantic seaboard.