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EAS-131 Introduction to Meteorology

This course introduces students to a wide variety of basic atmospheric concepts and, in the process, enables them to gain a better understanding of "how the weather works." The course is best suited for students wishing to develop a fundamental understanding of Earth's atmospheric systems and to gain a greater appreciation for the atmosphere. The prime objective of this science course is to familiarize students to the physical processes associated with weather and climate, including jet streams, cyclones/hurricanes/typhoons, cloud types, air masses and fronts, global warming impacts, ozone hole El NiÑo/La NiÑa, Fujita scale, and anthropogenic climate change.

Study Methods:

Online Courses (EAS-131-OL):
Jul 2020,  Aug 2020,  Sep 2020,  Oct 2020,  Nov 2020,  Jan 2021,  Mar 2021,  May 2021
TECEP® Examination (EAS-131-TE):
Sep 2020,  Nov 2020,  Dec 2020,  Jan 2021,  Feb 2021,  Mar 2021,  Apr 2021,  May 2021,  Jun 2021

Credits: 3

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