Conservation Law Enforcement Minor

The Conservation Law Enforcement minor educates students on the wildlife conservation principles relevant to crime and law enforcement, including American and international wildlife crime issues and the law enforcement responses. This minor fulfills the A (Cultural or Behavioral Analysis) area of Radford University’s the REAL Curriculum. 

Minor Requirements (21-24 credits)

Required Courses (12 credits)

Approved Electives (9-12 credits)


Students may also apply approved CRJU 490 Special Topics courses toward the completion of this minor.

Total Credit Hours for Minor (21-24 credits)

If you have additional questions, contact Dr. Egan Green, the Conservation Law Enforcement Minor Coordinator and Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice (