- The Environmental Education Specialization equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to raise the environmental consciousness and commitment of others through direct interpersonal teaching, media-based advocacy and public awareness campaigns.
- The coursework integrates theory and practice and spans the spectrum from traditional educational approaches to broad-based communication strategies. The Puget Sound region offers internship opportunities in environmental education centers, parks and nonprofit organizations.
The Seattle University Catalog is your source for information about the curriculum for the Environmental Education and Communication Specialization.
Recent EVST graduates with a specialty in Environmental Education and Communication have found careers with these organizations:
Other helpful links about career opportunities can be found on the Career Resource page.