Hamline is a leader in global environmental education.
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Learn more about Hamline's Master of Arts in Education: Natural Science and Environmental Education program.
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:
Flexible Structure:Online with some on-campus course offerings (or an individualized accommodation)
Time to Complete: 18 to 24 months
Program Begins: Fall and summer terms (required courses)
Curriculum: 35 credits (23 required and 12 elective)
Cost: View current tuition rates (elective credits may be taken at the lower Certificate or Continuing Studies rates)
Discount: Hamline undergraduate alumni receive a 10% discount on tuition in the MAEd:NSEE program.
Transfer Credits: Up to 5 semester credits of graduate coursework from an outside institution or up to 10 credits of graduate coursework from Hamline taken before admission may be used to fulfill elective requirements, provided all transfer criteria are met.
Contact a Graduate Admission counselor and request information to learn more about pursuing a Master of Arts in Education: Natural Science and Environmental Education.
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Learn from faculty and staff about School of Education graduate programs at the next info session on October 23.