This interdisciplinary theme provides an overview of the atmospheric sciences and how humans and the environment interact to produce climate change. Students learn about environmental and biological factors in understanding the scientific dimensions of climate change. Students will also be well prepared to communicate their understanding of climate and weather from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
Select a minimum of three courses (9 credits) from the courses list below.
Be sure to choose the course, course section, and instructor listed for your chosen course(s).