Conservation Law Enforcement

← Back to All Programs

Wildlife and Conservation Biology - Conservation Law Enforcement Track

Maintaining natural resources is of the utmost importance. With a degree in conservation law enforcement, you’ll be prepared to work for state and federal agencies that enforce various wildlife regulations. Whether you’re looking to begin your career as a conservation officer, game warden or law enforcement park ranger, you’ll have the knowledge and skills in biology and criminal justice to help preserve and protect the environment.

Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Department of biological sciences

Degrees offered


Average class size



Main campus

Clubs and Internships

Do you like reptiles and amphibians? We have a club for that. How about fisheries and wildlife? We have a club for that, too. Plus, the TriBeta Biological Honors Society offers opportunities for scientific research to help you expand your knowledge of biology. Plenty of internships are available, and you can take them for credit. Bonus!

© Murray State University Department of Web ManagementWe are Racers.