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Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates will have demonstrated the following student learning outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts of criminal justice and related institutions
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of the basic tenets of law enforcement practices and procedures
  3. Demonstrate an understanding of constitutional law, criminal law and natural resources law
  4. Explain the general principles of conservation protection and enforcement and the environment
  5. Exhibit a holistic understanding of the interactions between human, natural and cultural systems within the regional environment
  6. Develop an ability to apply academic knowledge through independent or collaborative projects
  7. Demonstrate proficiency in the writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills needed to become a law enforcement/conservation officer
  8. An ability to identify, analyze, and synthesize and generate knowledge relating to one or more fields of criminal justice, law enforcement, and conservation
  9. Demonstrate an understanding of state laws, regulations, and standards relative to law enforcement practices and procedures
  10. Comprehend and develop analytical skills through listening, reading, and observation.