Eötvös Loránd University
 Institute of Geography and Earth sciences
Department of Meteorology
Address: H-1117 Budapest, Pázmány P. sétány 1/A      E-mail: metnimbus.elte.hu
Postal address: H-1518 Budapest, P.O. Box 32.        Phone: +36 (1) 372-2945 Fax: +36 (1) 372-2904
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MSc Meteorology (specialization as Weather forecaster / Climate Researcher)
Code Course Semester Evaluation Credit
1 2 3 4
L P L P L P L P
Mathematics, physics, informatics
me2n1a01 Mathematical Analysis 2 K 2
me2n2a01 Mathematical Analysis 1 Pr 1
ee2n3a02 Informatics in Meteorology 2 Pr 2
ee2n1a03 Fluid Dynamics 3 K 3
ee2n1a04 Thermodynamics 2 K 2
ee2n2a04 Thermodynamics 1 Pr 1
me2n1a05 Partial Differential Equations 2 K 2
me2n2a05 Partial Differential Equations 1 Pr 1
Dynamic and synoptic meteorology
ee2n1d01 Dynamic Meteorology 3 2 K 2
ee2n2d01 Dynamic Meteorology 3 1 Pr 1
ee2n1d02 Synoptic Meteorology 3 2 K 2
ee2n4d02 Synoptic Meteorology 3 2 Pr 2
ee2n1d03 Dynamic Meteorology 4 2 K 2
ee2n2d03 Dynamic Meteorology 4 1 Pr 1
ee2n1d04 Dynamic Modeling 3 K 3
ee2n2d04 Dynamic Modeling 0 S 0
ee2n1d05 Synoptic Meteorology 4 2 K 2
ee2n4d05 Synoptic Meteorology 4 1 Pr 1
ee2n1d06 Mesosynoptics 2 K 2
ee2n2d06 Mesosynoptics 1 Pr 1
Atmospheric physics and climatology
ee2n1l01 Atmospheric Physics 3 3 C 3
ee2n2l01 Atmospheric Physics 3 0 S 0
ee2n1l02 Climatology 2 2 K 2
ee2n2l02 Climatology 2 1 Pr 1
ee2n2l03 Analysis of Climate Data 1 2 Pr 2
ee2n1l04 Surface-Atmosphere Interactions 4 C 4
ee2n2l04 Surface-Atmosphere Interactions 0 S 0
ee2n1l05 Climate Models 2 C 2
ee2n1l06 Physical Oceanography 1 K 1
ee2n1l07 Environment Protection  2 K 2
ee2n2l07 Environment Protection  1 Pr 1
Meteorological methods
ee2n1m01 Meteorological Instruments and Observations 1 C 1
ee2n1m01 Meteorological Instruments and Observations 2 Pr 2
ee2n6m02 Mid-semester Practice 1 Pr 1
ee2n6m05 Summer Practice 1 Pr 1
ee2n1m03 Satellite Meteorology and Remote Sensing 2 C 2
ee2n2m03 Satellite Meteorology and Remote Sensing 1 Pr 1
ee2n1m04 Time Series Analysis 2 K 2
ee2n2m04 Time Series Analysis 1 Pr 1
Optional courses (8 credits)
ee2n1s01 Meteorology in English K 2
ee2n1s02 Meteorology in German K 2
ee2n1s03 Statistical Methods for Climate Data Analysis K 2
ee2n1s04 Boundary Layer Meteorology K 2
ee2n1s05 Physics of Upper Atmosphere K 2
ee2n1s06 Ecological Climatology K 2
ee2n1s07 Global Climate Modeling  K 2
ee2n1s08 Modeling Surface Fluxes K 2
ee2n1s09 Modern Meteorological Data Formats K 2
ee2n1s10 Everyday Physics K 2
ee2n1s11 Military Meteorology K 2
ee2n1s12 Selected Parts of Mathematics 1 K 2
ee2n1s13 Selected Parts of Mathematics 2 K 2
Weather forecaster specialization
ee2n1e01 Informatics in Weather Forecast 1 K 1
ee2n3e01 Informatics in Weather Forecast 2 Pr 2
ee2n4e02 Weather Forecast Practice 3 Pr 3
ee2n4e03 Atmospheric Energetics 2 K 2
ee2n1e04 Synoptic Meteorology 5 2 K 2
ee2n4e04 Synoptic Meteorology 5 4 Pr 4
ee2n1e05 Dynamic Modeling 2 2 K 3
ee2n2e05 Dynamic Modeling 2 1 S 0
ee2n4e06 Weather Forecast Practice 2 3 Pr 3
ee2n1e07 Random field analysis 2 K 2
ee2n2e07 Random field analysis 1 Pr 1
ee2n1e08 Numerical Prediction 3 K 3
ee2n1e09 Aviation Meteorology 2 C 2
ee2n1e10 Media Meteorology 2 C 2
Climate researcher specialization
ee2n1k01 Analysis of Climate Data 2 1 K 1
ee2n3k01 Analysis of Climate Data 2 3 Pr 3
ee2n1k02 Global and Regional Climate Change 2 K 2
ee2n1k03 Climate Modeling 2 C 2
ee2n2k03 Climate Modeling 1 Pr 1
ee2n1k04 Ocean and Cryosphere 2 C 2
ee2n1k05 Hydrology 3 K 3
ee2n2k05 Hydrology 0 S 0
ee2n1k06 Chemical Processes in the Atmosphere 2 K 2
ee2n2k06 Chemical Processes in the Atmosphere 1 Pr 1
ee2n2k01 Agroclimatology 1 C 1
ee2n1k08 Agroclimatology 1 S 1
ee2n1k08 Renewable Energy Sources 2 C Pr 2
ee2n2k08 Renewable Energy Sources 1 1
ee2n1k09 Biogeochemical Processes 2 C 2
ee2n1k10 Statistical Climatology 2 C 2
ee2n1k11 Urban Climatology 2 K 2
ee2n2k11 Urban Climatology 2 Pr 2
Thesis
ee2n7p01 Thesis (Laboratory Practice) 1 4 Pr 4
ee2n7p02 Thesis (Laboratory Practice) 2 16 Pr 16
L = lecture
P = practice
K = exam (can be written or oral)
C = exam grade is given on the basis of the semester work
Pr = practice report
S = signature if fulfilled