Today I learned about this exciting master’s program offered online and in person that will deepen my knowledge of wildlife conservation. You might be interested in it, too!
Miami University’s Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) is a ground-breaking online master’s degree that combines web-based Miami graduate courses with face-to-face experiential learning and field study at premier zoological, botanical, and wildlife conservation institutions nationwide.
The AIP expands the frontiers of community-engaged learning to address the critical issues of our time. Going beyond the limits of classroom-confined education, AIP students lead collaborative inquiry and action at local, regional, and national scales, supported by an extraordinary network of world-class institutions united by a shared mission to improve local communities and ecosystems. AIP students gain unprecedented professional learning opportunities and support at their local AIP site, while working with peers and faculty nationally. The AIP enables students to pursue a wide range of personal and professional interests, on topics such as community-based conservation, participatory education, urban ecology, environmental justice, sustainable business, animal care and welfare, schoolyard ecology, community health, art and conservation, and nonprofit leadership.
This sounds like a wonderful program. Join me?