As a game warden, you will spend your days policing state and federally protected lands and waterways. Serving in a role that is part law enforcement officer and part conservation specialist means developing a broad range of knowledge and skills. If you’re looking to become a fish and game warden, you will find that having a degree related to fish and wildlife management is just as valuable as having law enforcement experience.
Request information from the game warden schools shown here to talk to a counselor about how to get an education that combines wildlife conservation with criminal justice. Get in contact with several of these schools to find the game warden college degree program that’s right for you.
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Featured Program: Wildlife/Forestry Conservation
Southern New Hampshire University
Featured Program: Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
University of Phoenix