Passionate about wildlife and want to get your Master’s degree? Make Woodland Park Zoo your campus!
Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle and Project Dragonfly at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio are thrilled to offer the Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP), an exciting Master’s degree designed for a broad range of professionals from education, conservation, business, and government settings. The AIP offers a groundbreaking graduate degree focused on inquiry-driven learning as a powerful agent for social and ecological change.
Advanced Inquiry Program benefits:
· The zoo and the world as your classroom: 21 credits are completed at Woodland Park Zoo and 14 credits are taken via national web-based learning communities. Up to 7 credit hours from an Earth Expeditions global field course may count toward the degree.
· Convenient and flexible: Can be completed in 2.5 to 5 years part-time while working!
· Affordable: Approximately $3,671 per year for basic courses and fees!
· Relevant: Program courses and projects integrate Washington State Science Learning Standards for inquiry-based science learning and best practices in informal science and conservation education.
Applications are accepted until February 28, 2016 for summer enrollment. For more information, please see Woodland Park Zoo’s website: http://www.zoo.org/aip
Want to know more about Woodland Park Zoo’s Master’s Program for Educators?
Attend our informational forum about the Advanced Inquiry Program! Join other classroom and informal educators from around Puget Sound to learn more about this Master’s degree opportunity.
Tuesday, November 17th from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 21st from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
at Woodland Park Zoo's Education Center
This informational forum includes snacks and a live animal presentation!