• School of Education

  • Graduate Admission

    Mike Hand

    Phone: 651-523-2900
    Fax: 651-523-3058 
    gradprog@hamline.edu  

     
    Hamline University 
    MS-A1710
    1536 Hewitt Avenue
    Saint Paul, MN 55104

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    Leadership

    Hamline is a leader in global environmental education.
  • Master of Arts in Education: 
    Natural Science and Environmental Education

    Why Hamline's MAEd: Natural Science and Environmental Education Degree?

    Commitment is the hallmark of environmental educators—commitment to responsible stewardship of the planet and engaging those around us to do the same. As the only program in the region serving formal and nonformal educators, our graduates include naturalists, museum directors, zoo administrators, technical innovators, classroom teachers, and environmental nonprofit leaders.

    With a MAEd:NSEE from Hamline, you will:

    • Become a stronger, more empowered environmental leader.
    • Affirm, clarify, and build upon your commitment to the environment.
    • Deepen your knowledge with engaging content and innovative ideas.
    • Enhance your skills as well as your resume with field-based research experiences.

    PROGRAM OVERVIEW

    Time to Complete: 18 to 24 months
     
    Program Begins: September and June

    Flexible Structure: Online, face-to-face (or an individualized accommodation)

    Curriculum: 35 semester credits (23 required, 12 elective)

    Cost: $405 per credit for the 2013-2014 academic year
    (Electives may have different rates)

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