The Master of Science in Environmental Education provides an interdisciplinary perspective to areas such as sustainability, ecology, socio- ecological resilience, and formal and informal based environmental education. Faculty provide direct experience in field work, laboratory research, community engagement, through on campus and hybrid courses and focused on a variety of coastal, marine and terrestrial environments. The majority of courses are offered in the evening in order to meet the need of working adults. Summer courses are offered as intensive workshop style courses and international field experiences. The program requires 36 credits of coursework including the completion of a thesis or special project capstone experience.