Welcome to the University of Louisville Atmospheric Science program! We are excited you are interested in what we have to offer our prospective and current students, and our community.
The goal of this site is to educate you about our program - including why you should seriously consider UofL for your Atmospheric Science education. Our program is growing quickly and now offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Atmospheric Science.
Find out more about our program and what we have to offer our students in the Prospective Students section of our web site. If you are a current student, you can find out more about your degree and course requirements and links to relevant contacts at the University of Louisville - it's all in our effort to assist everyone in getting all questions answered as quickly as possible.
Students in PHYS 365 Severe Weather research and create a detailed poster highlighting a major historical weather event. Find all the past posters here!
Severe Weather Posters
Helpful links and information describing the UofL
Atmospheric Science Program, including
required and recommended courses for the B.S. in Atmospheric Science and contact information.
Please suggest new links and report any obsolete ones.
The most frequently used links for UofL atmospheric science
majors. Please suggest new links and report any obsolete ones.
Requirements for the degree in Atmospheric Science at the University of Louisville are shown below. Our program meets the GS-1340 standard required by the National Weather Service. Our coursework will give you the best understanding of atmospheric science and meteorology possible, while utilizing the University's resources to generate a well-rounded education for all individuals. Below is a sample program of study.
To make a tax-deductible gift to the program's endowed fund: Follow this link, then "Select the fund(s) for your gift," scroll to "Centers, Institutes & Programs," choose the letter "A," then "Atmospheric & Climate Science (G2338)."