University Partners

During their year in residency at Teton Science Schools, students accumulate 32 transferable graduate credits through the University of Wyoming for their academic and practicum experiences. Official transcripts are issued from the University of Wyoming.

While our principle partner is the University of Wyoming’s Science and Mathematics Teaching Center and The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, many of our students have completed their graduate degrees at universities throughout the country. Students have flexibility to select an institution that best fits their career plans to complete their Master’s degrees, be it at the University of Wyoming; one of our partner schools; or by transferring credits to other accredited graduate institutions

Our partner universities have recognized the high caliber students who have come through Teton Science Schools' Graduate Program; as a result they have developed post-Teton Science Schools programs and accept more than the normal number of transfer credits. It is important to note that incoming graduate students do not need to matriculate at these schools. Matriculation can take place either during or after the program.

Below is a list of Teton Science Schools' university partners and their available degree tracks:

  • University of Wyoming

    The Graduate Program operates under the accreditation of the Science and Mathematics Teaching Center at the University of Wyoming.
  • Utah State University

    Utah State University’s Department of Environment and Society has developed a Master’s of Science degree program in either: Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Science and Management, Recreation Resources Management, Geography or Bioregional Planning.
  • University of Idaho

    The University of Idaho offers degree options through their Department of Conservation and Social Science.
  • Montana State University, Billings

    MSU Billings has developed several options for students who want to complete a Masters degree and include a teaching license.
  • Prescott College

    It is the mission of Prescott College to educate students of diverse ages and backgrounds to understand, thrive in, and enhance our world community and environment.
  • Antioch University New England

    Antioch University New England recognizes 15-18 credits, depending on concentration from the Teton Science Schools’ Graduate Program toward a Master of Science in Environmental Studies.