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2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Conservation Law Enforcement, B.S.

About the Conservation Law Enforcement Bachelor’s Program

Students seeking the 120-hour B.S. in Conservation Law Enforcement must first obtain an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice from an approved institution. Designed to prepare students for careers as game wardens or similar positions, this degree requires 60 hours of coursework at Texas Tech University in addition to the initial 60 hours transferred from an approved collaborating institution.

Recommended Curriculum

Third Year

Total: 14


Total: 16

Fourth Year


Total: 16

Total: 14


Years 3 and 4 represent additional 60 credits to be taken at Texas Tech. When combined with 60 hours transferred from an approved institution, the total required number of hours is 120. Students must be advised by the program coordinator before starting the program at Texas Tech.

NRM Electives

Choose 9 hours from the following:

Advanced NRM Electives

Choose 13 hours from the following: