PARTNER INSTITUTION

Hamline University

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Hamline University is a nationally ranked, comprehensive university with more than 3,500 students in its undergraduate, legal studies, education, creative writing, and business schools. Three graduate credits are awarded for each successfully-completed AMNH course through Hamline's School of Education and are applicable to Masters Degrees and Certificates in Natural Science/ Environmental Education. Credit can be given through Hamline only for AMNH courses taken within the past year.

Hamline University is offering 3 semester-hour graduate credits for successful completion of the following Seminars on Science online science courses from the American Museum of Natural History.

Hamline University

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA

Additional cost $570 (non-degree students)
3 graduate credits
Part of a MAEd program*
Part of Environmental Education Certificate

Registration Instructions

To receive Hamline graduate credit, you must register by the end of Week 6 of your Seminars on Science course. Please read Hamline's residency requirements for course credit.

MATRICULATED STUDENTS

Instructions for Hamline degree, licensure and continuing studies students. Use these instructions if you are currently enrolled as a student at Hamline.

HOW TO REGISTER

All Hamline enrolled students may register for the AMNH partner courses via our student registration system (Piperline). Please do NOT register for the course through the AMNH website.

COURSE COSTS

HU course cost: Tuition is based on your program of study.
(3 graduate credits)

REFUND POLICY

To drop a class, please contact Hamline's Student Administrative Services Office at 651-523-3000 or [email protected]. The effective drop date is the date SAS receives notification. Deposits paid are not refundable, but may be applied to another course registration in the same term.

Prior to course start = 100%

Days 1 - 7 of course = 66%

Days 8 - 14 of course = 33%

Day 15+ of course = 0%

NON-MATRICULATED STUDENTS

HOW TO REGISTER

  1. Please register and pay for a Seminars on Science course via the AMNH website.
  2. Register for graduate credit from Hamline University by completing this online registration form. To receive Hamline graduate credit, you must register by the end of Week 6 of your Seminars on Science course.
  3. Successfully complete the Seminars on Science coursework. The majority of your assessment levels on the Seminars on Science course rubric must meet or exceed expectations. If you have any questions, please email Hamline University Continuing Studies ([email protected]).

COURSE COSTS

AMNH course cost: $549
HU course cost: $570
(3 graduate credits)

Total cost: $1119

 

REFUND POLICY

Refunds are given on the following schedule:

15+ days prior to course start = 100%

1 - 14 days prior to start = 75%

Days 1 - 7 of course = 50%

Day 8+ of course = 0%

Course Listing

Hamline University Courses

SCIENCE
COURSE NAME
COURSE ID

Earth Science

SCED 6088

Life Science

SCED 6117

Earth Science

SCED 6100

Life Science

SCED 6148

Life Science

SCED 6105

Earth Science

SCED 6115

Physical Science

SCED 6147

Physical Science

SCED 6099

Earth Science

SCED 6159

Hamline University

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA

Additional cost $570 (non-degree students)
3 graduate credits
Part of a MAEd program*
Part of Environmental Education Certificate

CONTACT INFO

Hamline University Continuing Studies

(651) 523-2600

Photo of the Hamline University campus

Hamline University is a nationally ranked, comprehensive university with more than 3,500 students in its undergraduate, legal studies, education, creative writing, and business schools. Three graduate credits are awarded for each successfully-completed AMNH course through Hamline's School of Education and are applicable to Masters Degrees and Certificates in Natural Science/ Environmental Education. Credit can be given through Hamline only for AMNH courses taken within the past year.

Hamline University is offering 3 semester-hour graduate credits for successful completion of the following Seminars on Science online science courses from the American Museum of Natural History.