Goshen College has been recognized as a leader in the field of sustainability among small liberal arts colleges. Students interested in the sustainability of our future have many opportunities to incorporate this into their plan of study no matter what discipline they choose as a major.
The Sustainability and Environmental Education Department (SEED) at Goshen College offers a master’s degree in environmental education, and two undergraduate minors in agroecology and in sustainability.
SEED is a unique department, as its primary center is at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College. Both the master’s degree program and the minors are designed so students will spend time in residence at Merry Lea for a hands-on, interdisciplinary, place-based educational experience.
Learn more about these three programs:
- Masters in Environmental Education
- Sustainability Semester in Residence
- Agroecology Summer Intensive