The School of Education’s MAEd Program provides a unique and powerful opportunity for the many and diverse individuals who are involved in the field of Education.
The program focuses on curriculum, instruction, and social change and is flexible enough to meet the needs of a variety of educators. Its aim is to help those educators become more reflective, thoughtful, well-informed, analytic, scholarly, justice-oriented, and effective in the important work that they are doing. Another over-arching goal of the program is to instill the confidence and skills to help educators become change agents in their own communities.
- MAEd in Urban Environmental Education: A new concentration in partnership with IslandWood. An exciting new opportunity for immersive and transformative education with a cohort of like minded environmentalists, activists, and leaders who care about our shared world. Click Here to learn more.
Faculty members Sue Byers, Ron Harris-White, and Cindy Thomashow welcome our brand new cohort of 15 students of our Urban Environmental Education concentration of our MA in Education program, in a special partnership with IslandWood.
We are proud to work together to educate and inspire a unique and diverse cadre of next gen environmental activists, teachers and leaders.The new students were welcomed to our academic family with information, pizza, an AUS bag full of stickers, pens and thumbdrives, and a passion for social, economic, and environmental justice. We are so glad to have them on campus, and soon out making our shared world a better place.
For more information, please contact our Admissions Office:
Phone: 206-268-4202 or Toll free 888-268-4477