By raising awareness of key environmental issues, you’re feeding your passion. Big difference is, now you’ll be equipped to go a giant step beyond. Whether locally or globally, through your leadership you will be a true agent of change.
An environmental educator helps people learn about the natural world and inspires change. AUNE’s Environmental Education ES MS features innovative coursework, professional internships, and graduate capstones encouraging catering to the individual interests of your students. You will be prepared with a solid foundation in environmental sciences and teaching techniques.
Fall & Spring Entry
Classes Thursdays and Fridays plus a capstone project
5 semesters to complete
Track 1: Students who choose Track 1 register for 4 courses in both their first Fall and first Spring semesters. This track provides students with an opportunity to schedule the entire Summer and/or Spring II semesters off campus. *This is the preferred sequence for those intending to do a Master’s Thesis or Master’s Project.
Track 2: Students who choose Track 2 register for a maximum of 3 courses per semester. This Track provides students with a more evenly paced sequence of coursework throughout their program.
REQUIREMENTS: 42 CREDITS
Select any 3 out of 4 CORE courses
Core (C)9 credits; Concentration (T)6 credits; Methods: courses selected by student 18 credits; Internship 6 credits; Capstone Project3 credits
EE students gain hands-on experience in stewardship practices, positive youth and community development, program design and evaluation, conservation psychology and understanding ‘place’ as socio-ecological systems and dynamic classrooms for all ages. AUNE has a proven track-record of environmental education graduates who go onto serve as professional leaders across the globe.
- Science Teacher
- Museum Guide
- Zoo Guide
- Park Warden