Environmental Education Graduate Certificate
Graduate Certificate - Environmental Education
Phyllis J. Washington College of Education
Catalog Year: 2022-23
Degree Specific Credits: 12
Required Cumulative GPA: 3.0
- Admission Process involves the following:
- Successful admission into a Masters degree programs in Teaching and Learning or Environmental Studies.
- Completion of an interview based on previous professional experiences, educational background, GPA and professional goals.
- Completion Requirements: The following requirements must be completed to receive the certificate in Environmental Education. Completion of the 12-credit certificate sequence having a grade of B or better in all course work. In addition a written reflective essay must be completed and submitted that addresses how the candidate met the NAAEE Guideline criteria aligned with each course, field experiences and internship. This will be followed by an exit interview and based on the essay and interview candidate performance on each strand and element will be evaluated as unacceptable, acceptable and target level criteria established in the guidelines. To receive the certificate students must score at the acceptable or target level on all elements.
|Complete all of the following courses:|
|ENST/EDU 521||Foundation in Environmental Education||3|
|ENST/EDU 548||Supervision and Teaching Environmental Education||3|
|EDU 525||Teaching Environmental Science||3|
|ENST 590||Supervised Internship PEAS||3|
|or EDU 598||Internship|
Minimum Required Grade: C