Mon-Fri 8:00 - 5:00 (School Year)
Mon-Fri 7:30 - 4:30 (Summer)
1000 E. University Ave.
Wyoming Hall 453
Laramie, WY 82071
Year one coursework begins in the fall at the Teton Science School with 15 credit hours. Year two coursework begins the following fall at the University of Wyoming with an additional 15 credit hours.
Year one at Teton Science School
Field Science Teaching
Community Ecology of the Greater Yellowstone (3 credits)*
Principles of Place-Based Education
Ecological Inquiry (3 credits) *
Advanced Instructional Strategies
Field Studies: Environmental Education (4 credits)*
Advanced Elements of Field Ecology Course Design (5 credits)*
Year two at UW
EDRE 5550 Action Research (3 credits)
EDRE 5600 Educational Research One: Survey (3 credits)
EDRE 5640 Introduction to Qualitative Research in Education (3 credits)
Other Required Courses:
NASC 5650 Place-Based Learning, Cognition and Assessment (3)
9 additional graduate credits at the 4000 level or above.**
A Plan B (non-thesis) project
*Credits transfer to UW
**4 credits can be Plan B project credits
1. Go to https://wyoming-edu.secure.force.com
2. Enter your UW username and password. Once you have access to the Admissions website, click on the review button and resume your application from the previous year.
3. For the Program of Study choose Natural Science MS – College of Education (Natural Science Educ.) Start Year Two at UW. Check Environment Natural Resources for concurrent major/minor is so desired.
4. To complete the application follow the directions on the application page.
You will need:
All information is either uploaded or filled in on the Admissions website.
Applications are due March 15th by 11:59 p.m. or 5:00 p.m. the following Monday if March 15th falls on a weekend.