M.A. in Environmental Education

Goshen College
Wolf Lake, IN
Job Category
Graduate Assistantships
$8,000 tuition scholarship
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Last Date to Apply
Can you picture yourself impacting the lives of children and adults by helping them understand and appreciate the value of nature? Do you want to do something to help solve environmental problems? If so, a master's degree in environmental education could be the perfect next step for you! Graduates of our 11-month program go on to work at nature centers, schools, parks, federal agencies, non-profit organizations, and more! What makes our Master of Arts in Environmental Education (MAEE) program unique? The entire experience takes place at the Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center, Goshen College’s environmental education center and 1,189-acre nature preserve located in northeast Indiana. Onsite housing is available for students, resulting in a unique immersive residency experience. In addition to coursework in environmental education pedagogy, natural history, land management, organizational leadership and nature center administration, you will spend a significant amount of time working alongside, and learning from, Merry Lea’s team of professional environmental educators during extensive teaching practicum sessions. Take your first step toward a rewarding career and apply today for the July 2023-May 2024 MAEE cohort! All admitted students receive an $8,000 scholarship. Additional scholarship funding is available for Indiana residents and students from historically underrepresented groups in the field of environmental education. There is no fee to apply and GRE scores are not required. Contact Jason Martin, Interim Program Director (jmmartin@goshen.edu) to schedule a tour of our facilities or a Zoom meet-up to learn more about the MAEE program.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college - TOEFL scores (International students only) - No GRE scores are required - Although applicants may come from diverse backgrounds and educational fields, all applicants are encouraged to have at least one college-level course in the biophysical sciences.
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Jason Martin
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