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2010 Course Handbook

Master of Environmental Education

Abbreviation: MEnvEd


Environmental Sciences Please note: Graduates with a Science degree may substitute the core unit GSE803 with an alternative science unit, eg GSE804, GSE805 etc. This applies to requirement GSE803 in all Graduate School of the Environment programs. The Master of Environmental Education is offered jointly by the Graduate School of the Environment and the School of Education. This program explores the role and scope of education in attaining environmental and sustainable development goals. Students learn to identify principles of good practice in order to plan and evaluate programs in environmental education and education for sustainable development. Emphasis is also placed on the communication and interpretation process, and effective communication techniques at local, national and international levels within formal, informal and non-formal education.

General Requirements

  1. Minimum number of credit points: 48
  2. and completion of other specific requirements as set out in the Schedule of Postgraduate Programs