The master's degree in Meteorology and Air Quality is a continuation and extension of a bachelor's degree. The training centres on the study of atmospherical processes and the application of knowledge of the weather, the weather forecast, the climate and the air quality.
The emphasis is placed on the behaviour of the atmosphere above the land surface as part of the hydrological cycle, including the distribution of greenhouse gases and air pollution. Examples of subject matters are: atmospheric dynamics, atmospheric boundary layers and turbulence, and the distribution, the behaviour and the conversion of substance in the atmosphere. You also pay attention to the application of atmospheric knowledge to questions in relation to the food supply (like the drought issue), nature and the environment.