Master’s Degree (M.Ed.) in Environmental Education
FAU College of Education, Department of Teaching and Learning
The Master's Degree in Environmental Education is offered through the Department of Teaching and Learning in the College of Education. The degree provides a comprehensive graduate program that prepares future professionals and enhances the environmental education knowledge and skills of practicing educators. This university-wide, interdisciplinary curriculum includes 36 semester hours of credit taught online and through in-person classes. The Master’s Degree in Environmental Education is open to students who have completed bachelor’s degrees in all majors.
For degree information, please visit the FAU College of Education website.
Unique Graduate Assistantships Opportunities - Professional Work Experience and Degree Fee Waivers Available!
FAU Pine Jog Center offers Graduate Assistantships that apply academic theory to practical experiences through a variety of environmental education programs and services, K- Adult. The assistantship provides students the opportunity to develop in their role as professionals in the field of environmental education while obtaining their degree.
For successful applicants, FAU tuition fees are waived and students receive a stipend of $7500 a year for a 20 hour work week during the fall and spring semester. Applications to the program are due in the spring semester for a fall semester acceptance.
For additional information, please review the information found on our FAU Jog Graduate Assistantship page.