HAMLINE UNIVERSITY -
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION - MAED IN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
ACCREDITED COURSE(S): EPI Teacher Fellowships in Yellowstone, Mexico, and Costa Rica (4 Graduate Credits); All EPI Field Ecology Programs (4 Graduate Credits)
Commitment is the hallmark of environmental educators—commitment to ecological literacy and stewardship that inspires others. 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.
As one of only a handful of universities worldwide to be accredited by the North American Association of Environmental Education (NAAEE), Hamline’s master’s program in natural science and environmental education is recognized as a rigorous, relevant program that prepares environmental educators to take the lead.
Graduate credits available through Hamline University www.hamline.edu/nsee Hamline University offers a Master's degree in environmental education with concentrations in E-STEM, natural history, sustainability education, and more. Enrollment in Hamline's online Master of Arts in Education: Natural Sciences and Environmental Education is ongoing and you may start any time. For more information, please contact Patty Born-Selly, MAED: NSEE program director- firstname.lastname@example.org