The Bachelor of Science in Conservation Law Enforcement is designed to prepare graduates to qualify for entry-level positions that emphasize both conservation law enforcement and wildlife conservation.
This program has two professional specializations:
Graduates of the Wildlife Conservation professional specialization will be prepared for employment in natural resource professions within private, federal, or state wildlife sectors. In addition, our curriculum ensures that students are adequately prepared for post-graduate studies.
This specialization will prepare students for employment in law enforcement professions at the federal, state, local and non-profit sectors. The curriculum is specifically designed to provide students with a strong academic background in public administration, which will materially assist graduates in the performance of their jobs and advancement in leadership and management.