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University of Leeds: Atmospheric Science

Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences

Study Abroad University: University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Major: Atmospheric Science

Purdue Semester: Spring

Purdue Year: Junior

More information: University of Leeds

Purdue Course Curriculum for that semester

  • EAS 422 Atmos. Dynamics I
  • EAS 432 Synoptic Lab II
  • EAS 532 Atmospheric Physics I
  • MATH or STAT Elective
  • General Educ. or EAS Elective
  • EAS or Free Elective

Study Abroad course replacement options

  • SOEE 3151 Dynamics of Weather Systems
  • SOEE 2530 Atmos. Physics
  • Possible EAS electives:
    • SOEE 2160 Climate Change: Science & Impacts
    • SOEE 2480 Atmos. Pollution & Environ. Change
    • SOEE 2350 Energy: Science and Policy
    • SOEE 3190 Earth Observations from Space
    • SOEE 3430 Air Quality:  Science & Policy
    • SOEE 3620 Broadcast Meteorology
    • SOEE 3630 Strategic Energy Issues
  • Select from the Liberal Arts area for General Education electives or from Science for options

Information about university

Leeds is a top-ten UK research-led university in the prestigious Russell Group (universities committed to the highest levels of academic excellence in both teaching and research), with a student population over 33,000. The City of Leeds is the commercial center of the West Yorkshire urban area with a population over 1.5 million. Located within two hours of London and three hours from Edinburgh, Leeds has an acclaimed nightlife and vibrant music scene and is surrounded by culture, history, and national parks. Get more information on the University of Leeds study aboard programs.

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