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Center for Environmental Education

“Fostering environmental sustainability through outdoor and environmental education.”


Master of Environmental Education Program

Thank you for your interest in the Master of Environmental Education program! Through a partnership with UMD's Continuing Education and Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center (Finland, MN), prospective students wishing to gain additional EE experience can first apply to and enroll in the EE Certificate program through Wolf Ridge (see EE Certificate for more information). Students can then apply to the Master's program, and if accepted, transfer 12 credits from the Certificate program toward their Master's degree. Students with prior academic or professional experiences in EE tend to apply directly to the Master's program. Because of the shared coursework, graduate students participate in several classes with EE certificate students during their first year. The links below provide information that can assist you in learning about and applying for admission into this program. If you have further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us!

Student Coordinators:, 218-726-8677
Lynn McGraw, Assistant to DGS:, 218- 726-7554
Dr. Julie Ernst, Director of Graduate Studies:, 218-726-8241

Admissions and Application Information

Prospective Student Resources

Five Reasons to Choose UMD's MEEd Program

A Porfolio of Place (A Pictorial Introduction to Duluth for Prospective Students)


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