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Atmospheric Science Programs

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Why study atmospheric science?

The study of atmospheric processes enables us to understand human interactions with the environment.

The program provides a fundamental knowledge of the atmosphere and the weather it generates. Interactions between weather phenomena and human decisions and activities give the subject important applications. Several tracks lead to a Bachelor of Science degree.

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