Fish and Wildlife

Degree Options - Fish and Wildlife Program


SCCC offers a two-year Associate in Science or Associate in Applied Science Degree to provide a general education with a solid background in the science and criminal justice areas, along with an understanding of the functions and roles of law enforcement, judicial systems, and public relations. After two years, students will have a broad background in Fish and Wildlife and can either transfer to a four-year college or university to major in specific areas or obtain a job. SCCC also offers a one-year certificate which requires 35 hours of Fish and Wildlife courses intended to strengthen the student's ability to understand the Fish and Wildlife officers' system and its functions.

  • Associate in Applied Science Degree

  • General Education Requirements: (9 credit hours) *Required Courses: (28 credit hours)
  • Choose 9 hours from the following disciplines: - Introduction to Criminal Justice or 3
  • Mathematics and Science 3 Principles of Police Patrol -
  • Humanities (includes studio and performance courses) 3 Criminal Procedures 3
  • Social and Behavioral Science 3 Criminal Investigations 3
  • - - Criminal Law 3
  • - - Agency Administration 3
  • Communications: (6 credit hours) General Zoology 5
  • Recommended courses: - Botany 5
  • English Composition I 3 - -
  • Public Speaking 3 - -
  • Minimum General Ed. Requirements (15 credit hours) - -
  • *Criminal Justice Program Electives: (21 credit hours) Total Program Hours 64 credit hours
  • Recommended Science Electives: - - -
  • River Ecology (includes 2 hrs of PE) 3 - -
  • Field Biology (includes 2 hrs of PE) 3 - -

*Note: There is some flexibility in the number of
required and elective hours.

 

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