Antioch University New England has partnerships with a select number of like-minded organizations. Also known as “articulation agreements,” these partnerships assist in crediting life experience and/or coursework at these organizations as advanced standing credits hours at AUNE.
Learn how your time volunteering with these organizations can benefit you as a student at AUNE. Please contact the AUNE Admissions Office for advising and assistance.
This program will allow you to graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies from FPU in four years and a Master of Science in Environmental Studies from AUNE at the completion of your fifth year of study. You can save on tuition expenses and time in this 36-credit program that allows you to intern anywhere in the world.
Combine graduate credits earned at Teton Science Schools graduate program and Antioch University New England to earn your MS in Environmental Studies, with a concentration in Advocacy for Social Justice & Sustainability, Conservation Biology, Environmental Education, Science Teacher Certification, or Sustainable Development & Climate Change. The Teton Science Schools credits can also transfer into Antioch University New England into MEd programs with concentrations in Educating for Sustainability and Plant-Based Education, as well as MEd programs with licensure in Dual Education / Special Education, Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Educational Leadership & Administration (Principal Licensure).
Combine graduate credits earned at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center and Antioch University New England to earn your MS in Environmental Studies, with a concentration in Environmental Education or Science Teacher Certification. You can also choose a Certificate in Environmental & Sustainability Education, taken entirely at Wolf Ridge.
Scholarships are available each year to incoming students at the Master’s or Doctoral level who have completed a Peace Corps experience, through the Peace Corps/Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program. A scholarship equal to 25% of tuition will be awarded at the time of admission and will be distributed equally over the expected number of terms during the first two years of a student’s program.
We also have the opportunity to combine Peace Corps service with your MS in Environmental Studies (excluding Science Teacher Certification) or MS in Resource Management and Administration to accelerate your learning and give you 6 credits for the time you serve in the Peace Corp.