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​Programs of Study

The Wakulla Environmental Institute offers programs that promote education, conservation and recreation through hands-on activities, practical experiences and online coursework. Students will learn how to:

  • Apply fundamental concepts in the biological, chemical and physical sciences
  • Collect, analyze and calculate data related to natural environments
  • Operate and calibrate laboratory and field instruments to analyze environmental water systems, sediment and soils, flora and fauna
  • Better understand the complex and diverse ecosystem we live in

Environmental Science Technology

This online Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program provides students with specific knowledge to work in the areas of water quality analysis, natural resource management, and environmental monitoring. 

Green Guide Environmental Education Program​

Year-round programming for participants of all ages who are interested in learning more about the incredible environmental features found in around our region, one of the five richest biodiversity hotspots in North America.

Oyster Aquaculture Certificate

A unique program that trains students in the emerging oyster-farming industry.

Unmanned Technology Applications

This unique twelve-week program focuses on how to use aerial, surface and underwater unmanned vehicles, or drones, in different environmental applications.

For more information on the degree programs, please contact (850) 558-3500 or

Contact Information

For more information contact Wakulla Environmental Institute by phone (850) 558-3500 or e-mail

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