Program Details

The 2-year Graduate Fellowship in Residential Environmental Education combines grad study, experience, and a full scholarship.
Location:
Land O' Lakes, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Master
Specialty:
Environmental Education, 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

Accreditation:
The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point is North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
Requirements:
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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