The Graduate Program is a unique combination of academic and practical educational training. During the 11.5 months of the program, graduate students focus on place-based field science education, and teach in public and independent schools. Students spend their year of residency on the Kelly Campus of Teton Science Schools, in Grand Teton National Park. Graduates can earn 27 to 32 transferable graduate credits from the University of Wyoming for their academic and practicum experiences.
Class of 2014 alumnus Charlie Reinertsen shares his teaching and learning experience through photos, stories, videos and drawings.