Conservation Law and Outdoor Management
Conservation Law and Outdoor Management emphasizes a study of conservation law and how it is related to both law enforcement and recreational services. The general objective of this program is preparation for program leadership positions in the field of conservation law and management.
The program of study emphasize the professional study of conservation of law. In addition, the curriculum facilitates transition to UMM’s Recreation & Tourism Management baccalaureate program for those students who decide to further their studies or seek higher credentials.
To graduate, students must earn a minimum of 64 credits and achieve a cumulative GPA of at least 2.00.
Associate of Science in Recreation Management
Karen Beeftink, Assistant Professor of Environmental Recreation and Tourism Management