CUW’s MS in Environmental Education gives educators the knowledge and skills they need to inspire the next generation of environmental leaders to care for God’s creation.
In this program you will:
- Benefit from small class sizes and personal attention
- Prepare to pursue your Wisconsin Environmental Studies #615 license
- Gain experience through an internship/practicum
- Travel as a group to the Caribbean to study tropical ecosystems
- Have the option to take the entire program online
- Study in the new Concordia Center for Environmental Stewardship
- Credit hours required: 30
The CUW MS in Environmental Education program prepares environmental education specialists to teach grades K-12.
In our Environmental Education program you will:
- Learn to build environmental education into coursework
- Teach students how to support and live in a sustainable world
- Experience hands-on learning and research using Lake Michigan’s ecosystems as an outdoor laboratory and classroom
- Learn research methods and report-writing skills
- Use a portfolio-based assessment if seeking #615 licensure
- Participate in a graduate capstone project
Wisconsin License #615 (Environmental Studies) may be available to licensed elementary teachers who meet standards.
Teachers in Christian schools may apply for grants. Please contact our Financial Aid Office for further details
- Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 for full acceptance
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
Our MS in Environmental Education includes coursework in three areas: education, research, and science. See our course catalog for more information.
Dr. Mary Korte
Please contact our graduate admissions staff for more information.