Course Description:

PHYS 383 METEOROLOGY This is an introductory course in the study of the atmosphere. It will include topics on solar radiation, temperature, humidity, precipitation, winds, weather patterns, severe weather, and weather forecasting. The student will gain a basic understanding of what causes the various weather situations and an insight into how to forecast the weather. This course will satisfy three of the six hours of additional math or science required for the Bachelor of Science degree. Prerequisites: MATH 113, MATH 123, MATH 133, MATH 154, or MATH 164; plus PHYS 103 and 101, or PHYS 122 and 123, or PHYS 133 and PHYS 131 or PHYS 153, or CHEM 113 and 111, or CHEM 133 and CHEM 132; or equivalent courses. Three Hours, On Demand

Credits:

3.0

Pre-Requisites:

(MATH113LEC OR MATH123LEC OR MATH133LEC OR MATH154LEC OR MATH164LEC OR MATHGERLEC) AND ((PHYS101LAB AND PHYS103LEC) OR (PHYS153WEB) OR (PHYS131LAB AND PHYS133LEC) OR (PHYS122LAB AND PHYS123LEC) OR (CHEM111LAB AND CHEM113LEC) OR (CHEM132LAB AND CHEM133LEC) OR (CHEMGERLCLB OR CHEMGERLEC OR PHYSGERLCLB OR PHYSGERLEC))

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