£1,438 per credit
The 37-credit program requires the completion of core courses (15 credits), electives (13 credits minimum), an internship, and two courses in ecology/science. Full-time students typically complete the program in three semesters. Through an interdisciplinary approach, you’ll integrate the natural and social sciences with education and fieldwork to help you gain an understanding of the profound effects of human activity on the planet. Explore the role of education in solving environmental problems in multiple settings, from the city to the rainforest.
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