Semester Schedule

The degree is built around four major components: eight core courses and one seminar style course, an immersion in ecosystem studies, an extensive practicum, and a multi-faceted final project.

Block I: July – October

EnEd 510 Natural History of the Southern Great Lakes 3 cr.
EnEd 515 Research Methods and Measurements 3 cr.
EnEd 520 Principles of Environmental Education 3 cr.
EnEd 580 Practicum in Environmental Education 1 cr.
EnEd 560 Creative Project and Paper 1 cr.
11 credits
Block II: November – February
EnEd 525 Environmental Issues and History of EE 3 cr.
EnEd 530 Leadership for EE in Programs and Centers 3 cr.
EnEd 550 Creation Care, Peace, and Justice 1 cr.
EnEd 560 Creative Project and Paper 1 cr.
EnEd 5xx International Env. Ed. (Andros Island, Bahamas) 3 cr.
11 credits
Block III: March – June
EnEd 535 Land Management for EE 3 cr.
EnEd 570 Professional Field Studies in Environmental Education 2 cr.
EnEd 560 Creative Project and Paper 3 cr.
EnEd 580 Practicum in Environmental Education 3 cr.
11 credits
Total 33 credits