Environmental Education and Science Communication - Academic Graduate Certificate
Are you enrolled in a graduate program, and want to incorporate meaningful science communication and outreach experience into your degree?
The MOSS Graduate Certificate is designed for motivated Ph.D. or M.S. students who wish to diversify their skill set and broaden the impact of their graduate work by developing expertise in science outreach and communication. Students spend nine months participating in select coursework, outreach, and TA experiences at the McCall Field Campus while continuing their graduate degree. The certificate program provides in-depth coursework in communication and outreach skills, and is customized to individual needs and goals of students. Students continue to work under their home advisor and thesis/dissertation committee, and are matched with an additional MOSS faculty advisor for guidance and supervision on Certificate-related work. Students in this option may be co-enrolled at any university.
Curriculum Scope and Sequence:
NRS 562 Field Science Teaching (2 cr)
Winter Content Block:
NRS 564 Teaching Environmental Education in a Winter Environment (2 cr)
*NOTE: NRS 500 only for students seeking this certificate to complement current M.S. thesis program.
**NOTE: NRS 600 only for students seeking this certificate to complement current Ph.D. program
Courses to total 20 credits for this certificate
If you have further questions, please contact Graduate Program Coordinator, Leslie Dorsey, at email@example.com or call 208-310-7087.