ENS2000L Weather & Climate Lab

Course Overview

Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Mick Pope

Course Description:

This course develops ideas from Weather and Climate in a practical manner, equipping students to understand weather forecasts and seasonal outlooks, satellite and radar imagery, output from computer models, etc. It will also include aspects of weather observations from ground level.

How This Course Benefits Students:

In order to engage in mission in different parts of the world, students require an understanding of the factors that influence local climate. This course provides a basic, practical undergraduate understanding of how the climate works.

Why This Course Is Important:

In order to engage in mission and live in different parts of the world, particular in the context of humanity’s disruption of the climate, students need a basic understanding of the science.