Certificate in Environmental Interpretation
The Environmental Interpretation Certificate provides the recipient with a relevant background in environmental interpretation to prepare students to work as interpretive guides in park and other tourism venues and work in the professional areas of public information/education in resource management agencies.
Applicants to the Environmental Interpretation Certificate program are required to be a Texas State University Undergraduate degree seeking or post-baccalaureate student in good standing.
The certificate in Environmental Interpretation requires 16 semester credit hours. Students must complete the following courses with no grade less than a “C” and an overall average for the five classes of at least a 2.5.
|GEO 2410||Introduction to Physical Geography||4|
|GEO 4322||Interpretive Environmental Geography||3|
|Select nine hours from the following:||9|
|Natural Resource Use and Management|
|Cultural and Political Ecology|