With any of these additional options, you can broaden the skill sets you gain here at Southern Oregon University. Each option increases the requirements to graduate and can add one to two terms onto your projected completion date.
While earning a Master of Science in Environmental Education, you have the ability to add:
A Master of Arts in Teaching
A Certificate in Nonprofit Management
A Thesis or Project
Master of Arts in Teaching
While earning their Master of Science in Environmental Education, students can also earn an additional Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree with an Oregon Preliminary Teaching License at the Single Subject (Middle/High School) teaching level with endorsements in Integrated Science or Biology.
It is also possible for students to earn an MAT and Oregon Preliminary Teaching License at the Multiple Subjects (Elementary School) level. Other licensure options and endorsements are available on a case-by-case basis. Please contact Teresa Coker for more information on additional options.
This unique option distinguishes the Environmental Education Masters program at SOU from similar programs.
Many of us are drawn to nonprofit work due to a dream of helping others or the desire to advance a compelling cause. In today’s dynamic, competitive environment, passion alone is not enough to fulfill an organization’s promise. Instead, successful nonprofits employ management practices that have proven to be effective in many organizations. Southern Oregon University offers you the chance to learn and apply these practices while earning a certificate in nonprofit management.
A thesis or project allows you to establish demonstrable expertise in an area that will help you as you pursue your career. For example, a field biology research project (with environmental education implications) can lead to a PhD program in biology or environmental education or lead to a position in a community college.