UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2020-2021

Corequisite: GEOG 103AL. Explores the fundamental concepts of the dynamics of Earth’s atmosphere, its composition, and the processes and patterns of weather. The topics covered in this course include an examination of how Earth’s atmosphere is warmed and cooled, daily and seasonal temperature variations, the development and type of clouds, moisture (rain, snow, humidity, dew, fog), wind systems, air masses and fronts, and special topics such as thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes, as well as weather forecasting. Students may not receive credit for both GEOG 103A and GEOG 103. (Available for General Education, B1 Physical Science. Students satisfy the B3 Science Laboratory Activity requirement by completing GEOG 103AL.)

Note: Students in GE Plan R should enroll in GEOG 103/105 instead of GEOG 103A/AL.

Spring-2021 - Schedule of Classes

GEOG 103A

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Fall-2020 - Schedule of Classes

GEOG 103A

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