Program Details

The 2-year Graduate Fellowship in Residential Environmental Education combines grad study, experience, and a full scholarship.
Stevens Point, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Environmental Education

Program Overview

Program Description:
The 2-year Graduate Fellowship in Residential Environmental Education offers a holistic approach to graduate school by integrating academic classes, work experience and opportunities for personal growth. Completion of the fellowship results in a Master of Science degree in natural resources with an emphasis in residential environmental education. The Fellowship includes tuition, room/board, and a stipend, a UWSP faculty-advised MS program, and opportunities a variety of great experiences. Fellows reside at Conserve School and/or UWSP Treehaven, tucked away in the beautiful northern forests of Wisconsin, for all four semesters while completing UWSP face-to-face and online courses. At the same time, they gain skills at an environmental boarding school and a residential environmental education center. This seamless integration of academic work and hands-on skills results in a graduate degree with meaningful application.

Additional Program Information

The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point is North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
GPA 3.0 or better in undergraduate studies GRE scores over 1000 (combined)
International Requirements:
See UWSP requirements for International Students TOEFL required

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