• MAEd: Natural Science and Environmental Education Current Students

    Program Welcome

    Welcome to the Master of Arts in Education: Natural Science and Environmental Education (NSEE) program. The HSE staff and faculty are here to ensure that you have all the program information and resources necessary to be a successful NSEE student.

    Program and Contact Information

    Program Information - The required curriculum includes 23 credits of required courses and 12 credits of electives. A convenient program planner is available for your use as you proceed through your program.

    Transfer credits. Up to 5 semester credits of graduate work from an outside institution or up to 10 credits of graduate coursework from Hamline taken before admission may be used to fulfill elective requirements.

    Staff Contacts - If you have any questions or need assistance, your staff contact is: 
    Evan Matson
    Advanced Degrees Student Support Administrator
    ematson01@hamline.edu
    651.523.2975

    Documents/Forms Library

    The following documents and forms may be necessary for you as an NSEE student. If you have questions about any of these forms, please contact education@hamline.edu.

    MAED NSEE Program Planner
    Degree Completion Timeline
    Intent to graduate form
    Intent to Graduate Form Submission Information 
    Capstone Thesis Information Form
    Capstone Thesis Completion Guide
    Capstone Project Completion Guide
     (Students who have completed GED 8023, ESL 8490, or GED 8035 prior to Summer 2016 will use the Capstone Rubric dated Fall 2013. Students completing GED 8023, ESL 8490, or GED 8035 starting Summer 2016 term will be assessed with the New Capstone Rubric dated Summer 2016.)
    Capstone Formatting
    Transfer of Credit
    Extension Request