Natural Resource Conservation: Law Enforcement
As a student in this program, you are required to complete a minimum of 64 credit hours with a grade point average of no lower than C (2.0).
The conservation field camp course (CON 190) is designed to provide intense field experiences in conservation and recreation. The camp is held in May, immediately after the spring semester, and runs for one week. This course is required and should be taken as early as possible.
For this degree program, you must successfully complete the following:
- BIO/CON 103 Environmental Science
- BIO 121 General Biology or BIO 125 Foundations of Life Science
- BIO 221/CON 202 Principles of Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology
- CON 100 First Year Experience in Conservation
- CON 102 Introduction to Fish and Wildlife
- CON 118 Introduction to Natural Resources Conservation
- CON 190 Conservation Field Camp
- CON 233 Laws for the Use and Protection of Water and Land Resources
- CON 234 Laws for the Management of Air Resources, Solid Waste and Hazardous Substances
- CON/GIS 241 Applications of Global Positioning System
- CON 245 Environmental Conservation Capstone
- WFS 100 Land Navigation
- 9 Credit hours of Conservation Electives*
- COM 110 Public Speaking
- CSC 134 Core Word
- CSC 135 Core Excel
- CSC 136 PowerPoint
- ENG 101 Composition I
- ENG 103 Composition II
- HPE 124 Criminal Justice Physical Conditioning
- 1 credit hour of Health and Physical Education (HPE) elective
- 3 credit hours of SUNY General Education approved course in one of the following subject areas:
- American History
- Western Civilization
- Other World Civilization
- 3 credit hours of SUNY General Education approved course in Social Science
- 3 credit hours of SUNY General Education approved course in Mathematics
*Any course with a CON prefix or CJC 105 Criminal Law I may be taken to fulfill the Conservation Electives.
For information on which courses fulfill SUNY General Education Electives and for information on transferring to a four-year school, visit www.flcc.edu/academics/transfer-guidelines.