This certificate is designed to prepare students for a career involving the protection of natural resources, management of wildlife resources and the enforcement of laws governing these resources.
Credits from this undergraduate certificate can be applied to a B.S. Criminal Justice degree at Husson University, enhance a degree in another discipline, or augment prior learning to provide for a change in career.
The programmatic outcomes of this certificate are:
- Students understand federal and state wildlife laws used in the conservation law enforcement field.
- Students are able to describe the different missions and investigative techniques of both state and federal conservation law enforcement agencies.
|CJ 225||Criminal Procedure||3|
|CJ 325||Conservation Law Enforcement||3|
|CJ 346||North American Wildlife/Fisheries Identification||3|
|CJ 425||Wildlife/Marine Law Enforcement||3|
|Choose one of the following:||3|
|Environmental Inorganic Chemistry|