Application Due: January 28
Earth Expeditions Application Steps
Earth Expeditions courses can be taken as stand-alone, graduate credit courses or may be taken as part of the program of study for the Global Field Program or Advanced Inquiry Program master’s degrees.
Please know that we are committed to providing our students with challenging learning experiences. In turn, we expect our students to come to class prepared to actively engage. Expect long days in the field and engaging conversations about project work with peers on the web. So, if you are ready to think, ask questions, search for answers, and have a mind-expanding experience, please fill out this application!
There are three ways to participate in Earth Expeditions courses; please follow the application instructions that correspond with your intention.
- Participate in an Earth Expeditions course only (please follow the application steps shared below)
- Apply to the Global Field Program (GFP) or Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) for a master’s degree that includes Earth Expeditions courses.
- If you are interested in earning a master’s degree, skip the steps below and go directly to either program’s respective site to learn more and complete your application:
GFP Program Details
AIP Program Details
- Current master’s students
If you are a current master’s student and need to submit your 2020 course request, please log in to your current, existing account in “My Project Dragonfly“ using your Miami University login credentials (your UniqueID and MUnet password) then click on the link to complete your GFP or AIP Return Application.
Step 1: Let us know you are applying
Let us know you are applying by completing the brief Earth Expeditions Pre-Application “I’m Interested” form.Earth Expeditions Pre-Application “I’m Interested” Form
Step 2: Create and complete your account in “My Project Dragonfly”
(Time needed: 30-45 minutes plus time to write two 250-word essays)
Before clicking on the “My Project Dragonfly” link below, please review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) here, then prepare the following:
- Your résumé or CV
- Your answers to these questions:
- How have you translated past professional opportunities, classes, or life experiences into your work? (250-word limit)
- How do you think this experience in Earth Expeditions will benefit your personal life and your professional life? (250-word limit)
The first round of successful applicants will be notified on or before March 15. Upon notice of acceptance, applicants will have 10 days to complete and submit enrollment materials. This includes an application for Continuing Graduate Status admission at Miami University, which allows individuals not pursuing a graduate degree to enroll in graduate-level courses. Information on these final steps will be provided in your acceptance letter.
Thank you for your interest in our program, and we hope you apply to Earth Expeditions!