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The coastal region of Maine near Acadia National Park

A conservation law enforcement officer holds a fawnA Bachelor’s Degree in Conservation Law provides students with a strong knowledge and application of laws regarding wildlife, natural resources and the environment. This program, ideal for those who would rather work outdoors than in an office, also provides an in-depth foundation of biology, ecology and environmental science.

Students will learn from experienced faculty with a broad range of legal and science backgrounds, and turn theory into practice through a hands-on education. Curriculum includes subjects such as wildlife trafficking, conservation biology, criminalistics and wildlife law enforcement. All students will have the opportunity to gain experience through internship opportunities so they’ll be career-ready upon graduation.

Students who graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Conservation Law can pursue a wide range of careers within state and national parks, marine patrol, fisheries and wildlife, and other agencies tasked with protecting our country’s natural resources.

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Lori Perez, PhD(c) Lori Perez, PhD(c)
Assistant Professor, Program Coordinator, Conservation Law
214 Harold Alfond Hall
Husson University
1 College Circle
Bangor, Maine 04401