The understanding of climate, water and environmental processes requires quantitative training in mathematical and physical methods as well as in higher-level programming languages. The courses offered by the Department of Regional Climate and Hydrology introduce appropriate basic methods and procedures and include the application of specific meteorological and hydrological modeling systems, which are used in research and professional practice. The courses are offered in the bachelor and master programs of the Institute of Geography.

More information about current lectures and the registration for the events can be found in the Digicampus.

Graduation work

Bachelor and Master theses are offered. The topics of the theses are based on the research foci and current research projects of the Department of Regional Climate and Hydrology. If you are interested, please contact our teaching staff directly.