Atmospheric events and changes dramatically impact the weather and the environment.
Learn more about the behavior of the atmosphere and its effects on the earth and on
Meteorology is the study of weather, climate, and the characteristics, structures,
and processes of the atmosphere. The minor often complements majors in physics, chemistry,
mathematics, and other fields. Coursework emphasizes developing a broad understanding
of the fundamental physical and dynamic processes governing the motions and behavior
of the atmosphere and its interactions with the underlying land and ocean surfaces.
Students complete a minimum of 24 units of required and elective courses for the meteorology
minor. View minor requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.
The Towson University Geography Society, better known as the Geography Club, provides opportunities to meet your peers in
the department and engage in geography-related discussions and projects on campus.