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A graduate in Meteorology and Atmospheric Science will be able to:
Understand physical and chemical processes in an earth systems context.
Apply knowledge of meteorology and atmospheric dynamics for weather forecasting and analysis of weather and climate patterns.
Explain climate dynamics and climate variability and analyze patterns of climate change and impacts.
Demonstrate an understanding of air pollution and air pollution control.
Critically evaluate scientific data.
Demonstrate computational, quantitative and oral/written language competence.
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