Promoting Professional Development and Best Practice in EE
Master of Environmental Education Program at the University of MN Duluth
"The purpose of this program is to develop advanced practitioners in EE who will take on leadership roles through positions such as EE specialists and directors at nature centers, outdoor and EE centers, natural resource agencies, conservation groups, park and recreation programs, and in P-16 school settings. Core requirements include teaching methodology in formal and non-formal settings; program development, management, and evaluation; theory; and research. The program is designed to be completed in 2 years (34 credits) and is aligned with NAAEE Guidelines for the Preparation and Professional Development of Environmental Educators. Opportunities for optional focal areas include education for sustainability, indigenous- and place-based environmental learning, nature-based early childhood education." For more information please click here.
Julie Athman Ernst, Ph.D.