The Climate Minor, offered through the College of the Environment, provides undergraduates with a unique opportunity to explore the science of climate in a multi-disciplinary context. The minor brings together coursework in climate chemistry and biology, physical climate and past climate through courses in Atmospheric Sciences, Oceanography, Earth and Space Sciences and other science departments, with additional opportunities to explore policy, energy and human dimensions of climate change. Successful completion of the climate minor provides students with a strong interdisciplinary foundation in climate science and will help to prepare students for graduate study in climate related fields. To learn more about geoscientists watch the video below or go to: http://beageo.com/.
Be a Geoscientist: Earth is Calling
Miriam Bertram, firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 543-6521
and your departmental adivsor.
For undergraduates interested in the Climate Minor, please subscribe to: https://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/climateminor
Minimum of 25 credits.
NOTE: Students are encouraged to take MATH 124, MATH 125, Math 126, PHYS 121, PHYS 122, and PHYS 123 or see advisor in order to complete the requirements for the minor.
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