Campus Environmental Education Programs & Graduate Schools
Students interested in earning an environmental education graduate degree in a campus setting have educational options many options. Students in environmental education program might choose to specialize in a variety of disciplines like agricultural education or environmental science. This diversity in environmental programs options are a reflection of the diversity of the earth’s environment.
Students might want to earn a campus based environmental education degree if they are passionate about teaching people about the environment and the role that they might play in protecting and appreciating it.
Campus based environmental education graduate degree programs might include coursework in subjects like environmental policy, environmental science, economics, community planning, conservation biology, learning development theory, and ecosystems.
Students in an environmental education program who wish to pursue potential career opportunities as classroom teachers may have to complete some practicum work and take a licensure exam in the state in which they wish to teach. Some programs may require this of all students in the environmental education program; others may have different options for individuals with different career goals.
Graduates a campus based environmental education program might choose to pursue potential career opportunities in a variety of environments including; public and private schools, state and federal parks, private and non-profit organizations, and even colleges and universities!
- Bainbridge Island, WABainbridge Island, WA
Complete the first year of a Master’s in Education from the University of Washington immersed in the natural systems at IslandWood and learn the best practices of environmental, experiential and multicultural education.
- Sedro-Woolley, WASedro-Woolley, WA
North Cascades Institute
North Cascades Institute and Western Washington University’s Huxley College offer a graduate residency program focused on Environmental Education, Nonprofit Leadership and Administration, and Northwest Natural Histor...
- Sedro-Woolley, WA
- Carbondale, ILCarbondale, IL
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers three graduate degrees: the Master of Arts in Teaching, the Master of Science in Education, and the Doctor of Philosophy in Education. Students choose a specialty area and/or work toward certification...
- Duluth, MNDuluth, MN
University of Minnesota
The purpose of the Master of Education in Environmental Education program is to develop advanced practitioners in environmental education who will take on leadership roles through positions such as educators and directors at nature centers, outdoor and...
- Blacksburg, VABlacksburg, VA
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
The Department of Agricultural and Extension Education at Virginia Tech is committed to preparing students for success in professions that include formal and non-formal teaching and learning in agriculture and leading agricultural organizations and comm...
- North York, ONNorth York, ON
With over 6000 students in over 60 Masters & Doctoral Programs, York University is the 2nd largest graduate school in Ontario...
- Glasgow, United KingdomGlasgow, United Kingdom
University of Strathclyde
The course lasts 12 weeks, is offered three times per year and by the summer of 1995, had been presented to 200 professionals from 31 countries throughout the world. Currently the British Council, ODA and the European Union support about half of each co...
- Pomona, CAPomona, CA
California State Polytechnic University Pomona
The Master of Science Degree in Agriculture, Agricultural Sciences option, provides students the opportunity to enhance knowledge and competence in agriculture and teaching. The curriculum is designed primarily for assisting individuals employed in agri...
- San Bernardino, CASan Bernardino, CA
California State University, San Bernardino
- Moscow, IDMoscow, ID
University of Idaho
The graduate residency in environmental education is one-semester program at the University of Idaho McCall Field Campus. Residency entails 15 credits of graduate coursework in ecology, leadership and outdoor teaching skills plus a 5-week practicum in f...
- Ann Arbor, MIAnn Arbor, MI
University of Michigan
Our approach to environmental education and research at the School of Natural Resources and Environment has evolved to mirror the complexities of the environmental issues that confront us. We understand our natural and physical environment as an intertw...
- Slippery Rock, PASlippery Rock, PA
Slippery Rock University
Graduate study in environmental education is available through two distinct programs: a Master of Education program for individuals who possess teacher certification and a Master of Science in Park and Resource Management with an option in environmental...
- London, United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom
South Bank University, London
- Finland, MNFinland, MN
Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center
Graduate students learn about environmental education through teaching classes to 4-8th graders in ecology, cultural history, and team building.