The Wildland/Wildlife Law Enforcement AAS degree is designed to prepare students for several career tracks in natural resources law enforcement. Graduates will meet the academic requirements of MN POST, have the natural resource education necessary for careers with the four federal land management agencies (BLM, NPS, USFS, and USFWS), have fulfilled Articulation Agreement requirements and be prepared for the advanced academic work required in the pursuit of a baccalaureate degree, and be eligible for the NPS accredited Seasonal Park Law Enforcement Ranger Training program for employment with the National Park Service.
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