Campus Resource #2: Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences (What? (The…
Campus Resource #2: Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences
Eric A. Betterton
University Distinguished Professor and Department Head
Phone Number: (520) 621-6831
Office: JW Harshbarger Building #11, Room 122
Jennifer C. McIntosh
Phone Number: (520) 626- 2282
Office: JW Harshbarger Building #11, Room 322B
Victor R. Baker
Phone Number: (520) 621- 7875
Office: JW Harshbarger Building #11, Room 246A
The Department of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences is a degree granting department as well as a major research department here at the University of Arizona that specializes in hydrologic and atmospheric sciences.
Offers both Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees. Heavy in Research. Provides scholarships. Has General Education Classes (Tier 1 and 2).
Undergraduate Degrees: -BS in Environmental Hydrology
-BS in Applied Science of Meteorology
-Prep for Accelerated Master of Science in Hydrology and Water Resources
-Prep for Accelerated Master of Science in Atmospheric Sciences
Through this resource, you can declare a major or minor, take courses, do research, and work in laboratories and on experiments and research with faculty.
JW Harshbarger Building #11
Physics-Atmsopheric Sciences Building #81
Operating Hours are typically Monday- Friday from 9am- 5pm
This can vary depending on the department/resource you are trying to use. Visit this website for more information:
The department was established in 1957 following the establishment of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics in the early 1950s.
In January of 2016, the two departments (Hydrology and Water Resources and the Atmospherics Sciences and Physics joined to create one department