• School of Education

  • Environmental Education Certification

    For over a decade, teachers, students, community leaders, and concerned citizens have come to Hamline for inspired instruction and outstanding educational resources.

    Hamline's Center for Global Environmental Education (CGEE) is grounded in the tradition of progressive learning that has been a hallmark of Hamline University's School of Education. The center's strategic use of technology creates and supports global communities of learners committed to the stewardship of local environments.

    MAED: Natural Science and Environmental Education

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    The Master of Arts in Education in Natural Science and Environmental Education offers individuals the knowledge and experience needed to take leadership roles in their local settings. The program emphasizes field-based research and community collaborations. The faculty uses multiple learning strategies—creative arts experiences, field-based science inquiry, technology-mediated distance learning, suited to varied teaching and learning situations.

    Environmental Education Certificate

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    Hamline's certificate program combines new technologies with experiential learning, reflection and synthesis, enabling you and your students to link global issues and local environments.

    Center for Global Environmental Education

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    Since its founding in 1990, Hamline's Center for Global Environmental Education (CGEE) has been a progressive, innovative pioneer helping students, teachers, and citizens worldwide become informed environmental stewards. As part of the School of Education, CGEE achieves its mission through four areas, or cornerstones: