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Courses are open to all educators and other professionals. The Perspective in Environment and Culture course is offered as part of the Advanced Inquiry Program Master’s degree (AIP). Students enrolled in AIP or other students taking the courses for credit will be given priority enrollment. If there is space in the Perspectives course, Washington state-approved clock hours will be available to those participants not taking the course for credit. The Science in the Outdoors course is offered for Washington-state approved clock hours only. Unless noted otherwise, all courses take place at Woodland Park Zoo and include presentations by guest speakers, tours of zoo grounds, group discussions and hands-on activities.

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If you cannot find the answers to your questions or need additional assistance please contact the registration office by phone at 206.548.2424 x4 or by email.

 

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