Why Criminal Justice – Conservation Law Enforcement at Thomas College?
The Conservation Law Enforcement concentration at Thomas College provides students with a strong foundation in the conservation and environmental issues that criminal justice personnel must address in Maine, the New England region, and across the nation. This concentration will prepare students for careers as a Maine Game Warden or a Marine Patrol Officer. Additionally, a student seeking a traditional law enforcement career in Maine (a city or town police officer) will gain knowledge of the environments that are relevant in criminal investigations, such as rural search areas, suspicious drownings and timber theft.
At a Glance
3 year option
- Policing in America
- Marine and Wildlife Law Enforcement
- Fish and Wildlife Science
- Environmental Crime Investigation
|Steven Dyer, M.A.||Instructor of Criminal Justice|
|Tracey L. Horton, Ph.D.||Associate Professor of Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice|
|Mark Marsolais, Ph.D.||Associate Professor of Criminal Justice|
|Laurie Ochs, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice|
|Alicia Wilcox, Ph.D.
||Associate Professor of Criminal Justice|