Meet current and future ecological needs.
Educating the next generation of environmental leaders is essential to long term sustainability efforts. This certificate will give you a solid foundation in educational techniques that can be used to inform others about the many actions that are currently being taken to save our natural environments and combat climate change. Communicating the fragility of our ecosystem is the first step in building a healthier, more sustainable future.
This certificate is offered by AU New England.
This graduate credit certificate is a partnership between Antioch University New England and Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center.
Coursework involves 12 credits in community ecology, environmental education, and field techniques, along with an internship to apply these skills in a professional setting. All courses are delivered at the Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center in northern Minnesota.
This certificate can be completed in two semesters (10 months).
This 12-credit certificate can be applied as credits towards the Master of Science degree in Environmental Studies at Antioch University New England.
Required Courses (at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center):
- Community Ecology: Natural History of Lake Superior
- Foundations of Environmental Education & Sustainability
- EE Methods: Nature Teaching and Learning
- Internship & Seminar
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