Park Protection Emphasis

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Park Protection Emphasis 230

The Park Protection emphasis is designed for students interested in pursuing law enforcement careers with federal or state land management agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, municipal and state parks or state environmental quality departments.

Park Protection Emphasis Advisement Sheet (pdf) - Applies to PRM students admitted PRIOR to Fall 2015 

Park Protection Emphasis Advisement Sheet (pdf) - Applies to PRM students admitted BEGINNING Fall 2015 

The Park Protection emphasis is offered in the following progression plans:
Park Protection emphasis progression plans:
Applies to PRM students admitted PRIOR to Fall 2015
Park Protection emphasis progression plans:
Applies to PRM students admitted BEGINNING Fall 2015


Apples to PRM students admitted PRIOR to Fall 2015

 

Emphasis Area (18 credit hours):

Required Courses: (15 credit hours)

  • PRM 310 Park Protection I (4)
  • PRM 311 Park Protection I (4)
  • PES   100 Park Ranger Fit & Conditioning (1)
  • PRM 216 Wilderness First Responder (3)
  • PRM 401 Natural Resource Protection (3)

Choose ONE of the following: (3 credit hours)

  • PRM 331 Outdoor Leadership Certification I (3)
  • PRM 325 Special Event Planning (3)
  • PRM 350 Cultural Recreation (3) *Included in Plan
  • FOR 445 Wilderness Management (3)
  • CJ    220 Law Enforcement Systems* (3)
  • CJ    312 Environmental Crime (3)

*Prerequisite CJ 101


 

 Apples to PRM students admitted in Fall 2015

 

 

Emphasis Area (18 credit hours):

Required Courses: (15 credit hours)

  • PRM 310 Park Protection I (4)
  • PRM 311 Park Protection I (4)
  • FIT   100 Fit for Duty (1)
  • PRM 216 Wilderness First Responder (3)
  • PRM 401 Natural Resource Protection (3)

Choose ONE of the following: (3 credit hours)

  • PRM 300 Ecotourism (3)
  • GSP  276 Planning for Sustainable Tourism (3)
  • PRM 325 Special Event Planning (3)
  • FOR 445 Wilderness Management (3)
  • CJ    220 Law Enforcement Systems* (3)
  • CJ    312 Environmental Crime (3)

*Prerequisite CJ 101