In the first two semesters, the modules “Introduction to Meteorology” and “Introduction to Climatology” offer a first overview of the topics within meteorology. The largest part of the contents can be found in the later modules. In “Theoretical Meteorology 1 and 2” mathematical topics as well as the principles of dynamics and thermodynamics and the essential meteorological equations are taught. The knowledge acquired in the third semester in the field of statistics is useful for further studies. In addition, “Synoptics” in this semester deals with topics such as the formation of a low pressure area and fronts. With the fourth semester, the mathematical and physical basics for the study have already been laid, so that meteorology comes more to the fore. Highlights are the “Meteorological Working Methods”, in which meteorological quantities are measured independently and meteorological sensors are calibrated. The same module also teaches the basics of scientific work. These basics are applied in the seminar lectures of the following semester. In these lectures a concrete question is worked on with the help of scientific literature under guidance of a scientist at the institute. Also in the fifth semester the “Weather Discussion” takes place, where students give a forecast for the weekend weather every Thursday. As part of the “Meteorological Field Measurements” in the sixth semester in Zingst, continuous measurements within the atmospheric boundary layer are carried out over a period of two weeks.