printlogo
http://www.ethz.ch/index_EN
Environmental Systems Science
 
print
  
Deutsch English

Atmosphere and Climate

Flyer

Major in Atmosphere and Climate (PDF 300 kB

Expert Advisor

Prof. Reto Knutti »»

Master in Atmosphere and Climate Science

Together D-USYS and D-ERDW offer a specialized Master in Atmosphere and Climate Science:

  • Further Information »»
  • Main differences Major - specialized Master »»

Haixin Zhang

Master student with Major in Atmosphere and Climate - Interview

The Major in Atmosphere and Climate aims at teaching an in-depth understanding of atmospheric processes and their interactions - ranging from the molecular to the global scale and from short-lived phenomena to changes over millions of years. Students achieve quantitative knowledge on atmospheric dynamics and physicochemical processes and cycles, on the interpretation and prediction of weather and climate and on paleoclimatology (last 106 to 109 years).

  

Successful candidates in this Major programme will

After acquiring the Master of Science degree candidates may continue their research in a doctorate or apply for positions in public service (in the departments of weather, climate, air quality, hydrology etc.) or for higher positions in companies or industry.

Please note that detailed information on important organizational issues is available on the following website »»

 

Wichtiger Hinweis:
Diese Website wird in älteren Versionen von Netscape ohne graphische Elemente dargestellt. Die Funktionalität der Website ist aber trotzdem gewährleistet. Wenn Sie diese Website regelmässig benutzen, empfehlen wir Ihnen, auf Ihrem Computer einen aktuellen Browser zu installieren. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf
folgender Seite.

Important Note:
The content in this site is accessible to any browser or Internet device, however, some graphics will display correctly only in the newer versions of Netscape. To get the most out of our site we suggest you upgrade to a newer browser.
More information

© 2014 ETH Zurich | Imprint | Disclaimer | 30 January 2012
top