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Programs Meteorologists/atmospheric scientists - structure of the study

I'm not sure if this is the correct thread, so please accept my apologies if I've posted in the wrong section.

My question is for meteorologists and atmospheric scientists who did their undergraduate degree in different, but related fields, such as physics, chemistry, Earth science, etc. and did their graduate work in meteorology/atmospheric science.

Do you feel that you missed anything by not having an undergraduate degree in meteorology/atmospheric science or did the prerequisites required by your program bring you up to speed well enough?

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