The Master of Arts in Environmental Education and Communication at Royal Roads University will prepare you for a career that requires the knowledge, skills, competencies and applied approaches to find viable solutions to 21st century challenges. Our graduates are working at national and international levels in sectors such as: education, journalism & communications, health, parks & recreation, theology, government, social profit & social mobilization, politics & governance, green technology, international NGO’s, resource management and sustainable community development, to name a few.
Here are some recent examples of theses and opportunities resulting from graduation:
- Academia promoting ECE through meaningful outdoor education experiences
- Wilderness Rites of Passage Guide for Young Women and Girls
- Nature School founder and teacher
- Parks Canada coordinator for EE programs in the north – Thesis on analyzing the new BC curriculum in flexible studies program
- Inuvialutun language advocacy with implications for climate change
- Psychological maturation through nature-based practices
- Connecting midlife transitions to waste management using art
- Green cleaning strategies for hospitals for healthcare staff
- Mapping place attachment for enhanced bioregionalism
- Reflecting on the influence of place for an EE teacher
- Transformative learning in adolescents through EE field school
- Safety implications on daily avalanche bulletins for snowmobilers
- Critical analysis of BC’s new science curriculum
If you have any questions about the program or how to apply, connect with an Enrolment Advisor by email, or call 250.391.2528 or 1.877.778.6227 (toll-free).