The ‘Atmospheric Physics, Meteorology and Climatology’ program leads students to acquire knowledge and skills in the field of atmospheric properties and the related processes. Within the framework of Charles University, this program is unique in its comprehensive view of the Earth's atmosphere as a dynamic system in a broad interdisciplinary context. Even within the Czech Republic, this is the only program providing full-scale education in the field of atmospheric physics, meteorology, and climatology. The program follows from the bachelor's study of physics, in which students acquire the necessary knowledge of basic physical principles (mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, optics, and others) as well as proficiency in related mathematical methods. The elements of the study program are primarily focused on acquiring theoretical knowledge in the field of atmospheric physics (hydrodynamics and atmospheric thermodynamics), thus extending previously acquired expertise in this field. Furthermore, skills necessary for practical as well as scientific activities in the field of atmospheric physics are acquired during the study, especially in the field of numerical mathematics, mathematical statistics, data processing, and visualization. Part of the course aims to prepare graduates for basic applications of atmospheric physics, such as weather forecasting, air pollution analysis, and climate research (including modeling and research of higher atmospheric layers). Other subjects of the program serve to deepen the student's focus in particular specialized topics or to expand knowledge in areas close to other physical disciplines (e.g., electrical, optical, and acoustic phenomena in the atmosphere or the oceans). As a part of the study, a master-level diploma thesis is prepared and submitted, in which the application of competencies acquired during the study is demonstrated, as well as the ability to cooperate in solving the assigned scientific problem.