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Student Learning Outcomes

UMFK Conservation Law Enforcement graduates will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of criminal justice and related institutions;
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of law enforcement practices and procedures;
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of constitutional, criminal and natural resources law;
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of general principles of conservation protection, enforcement with regard to the natural environment;
  5. Provide evidence of holistic understanding of the interactions between human, natural and cultural ecosystems within the region;
  6. Demonstrate knowledge of state laws, regulations and standards related to law enforcement practices and procedures;
  7. Demonstrate proficiency in communications and critical thinking skills expected of a professional law enforcement/conservation officer; and
  8. Demonstrate an ability to identify, analyze, synthesize and generate knowledge related to criminal justice, law enforcement and/or natural resources conservation.