The Master of Science in Outdoor and Environmental Education (MSOEE) provides graduate students training in outdoor and environmental education literacy, pedagogy, and programming using APU’s active learning model. The 36 credit degree program aims to develop graduate level competencies by offering intense, hands on education utilizing the Kellogg and APU Campuses. Students will finish their degree by completing either a research or project-based thesis.
Student areas of focus have included Environmentally Responsible Behavior, School & Community Gardens, Place Attachment, Place-Based Learning & Curriculum Development.
Fall Semester – July 1st
Spring Semester – November 1st
MSOEE Degree Requirements
Each Master of Science in Outdoor and Environmental Education graduate is required to: