Dr. Wayne Brinda Associate Professor of Education, and Coordinator of Secondary Education
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Want to teach students about climate change, conservation and the effects of pollution? Then our environmental studies education major may be just what you’re looking for.
As an environmental studies education major, you take all the necessary education and environmental-related courses to prepare you to lead your own class one day. But, it won’t be all classroom work. You’ll also get a chance to student teach in a middle school or high school class.
When you graduate, you’ll be prepared to earn your teacher certification. Most of the students in our program seek teacher certification in Pennsylvania or New York.
What you can do with a degree in Environmental Education. Suggested 4-year plan of study.
Course Requirements in Major
Total Credits for Major: 124
Director of Education Program, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Early Level Education
151 Swarts Hall
Associate Professor of Education and Coordinator of Secondary Education
150 Swarts Hall
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149 Swarts Hall
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