The definition of meteorology is “the study of the atmosphere.” Meteorologists research atmospheric events and how the atmosphere affects our weather. Meteorologists can gather data about the weather and use it to make forecasts by using a variety of tools, including thermometers, barometers, and anemometers.
Students will study everything from the atmosphere and weather patterns to climate change during their studies.
Who should study Meteorology?
This course serves as an introduction to meteorology and is a great place to start for individuals who want to pursue a higher degree of study in the field. People who are generally interested in meteorology and the weather can benefit from the course as well.
All that’s required of students is a way to access our home study resources, enthusiasm for meteorology, and the drive to pursue independent study.
What happens after Meteorology?
Students who complete the course will have a basic understanding of what meteorology is and how it functions. The information will serve as a solid foundation for subsequent academic research in this field.
Students must first earn the necessary degree to work as a meteorologist. This might pertain to physics, math, or geography. Students that pursue meteorology studies further and earn the necessary credentials may apply for the following positions:
- Weather presenter