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Certificate in Environmental Education

This 12-hour certificate in environmental education provides the skills to be a leader in environmental education in both formal and informal educational settings.  The program is accredited by the North American Association for Environmental Education and was designed in conjunction with the Master Plan for Environmental Education approved by the Kentucky Legislature.  In addition, this program has received accreditation from NAAEE Accreditation: Distinguished College and University Programs. The program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.

Program Information

Course Number and Title

Hours

Core Requirements:

·         BIO 590/790 – Ecology for Teachers

·         EMS 561/761 – Environmental Education Essentials

 

3

3

Electives (choose 6 credit hours from the following):

·         BIO 500/700 – Environmental Issues 

           or GEO 302W – Global Environmental Problems

·         REC 590/790 – Teaching in the Outdoors

·         EMS 563/763 – Teaching Environmental Education

·         CHE 501/701 – Environmental Chemistry

·         UNP 500/700 – International Environmental Service Learning

6

Total Hours

12

 

For more information:

  Dr. Kelly Watson, Associate Director, EKU Division of Natural Areas

  859-622-1419

  kelly.watson@eku.edu 

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