Our licensure program in secondary environmental science will help you develop into an exemplary educator with a broad general education and strong disciplinary knowledge, as well as an understanding of current best practices in teaching. The program presents a balance of environmental, economic and social perspectives, and you'll have opportunities to interact with a community of faculty, field professionals and peers.
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Why Is Environmental Science Education Important?
The environment offers a relevant context for the learning and integration of core content knowledge, making it an essential component of a comprehensive science education program.
Environmental science education is also an important way to foster the environmental literacy of our nation's youth. By learning about environmental concepts, students develop a foundation for future understanding and action as citizens. The critical-thinking skills they gain will prepare them to evaluate issues and make informed decisions regarding the stewardship of our planet.