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Michigan State University

Environmental Crime and Justice

Conservation Criminology

Michigan State University Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, School of Criminal Justice, and Environment Science and Policy Program
Conservation criminology synergizes the fields of criminology and criminal justice, conservation and natural resource management, and risk and decision-analysis to examine environmental crimes, harms and/or risks. MSU offers a Masters-level certificate in Conservation Criminology consisting of three online courses. Visit the website to learn more about enrolling in courses as well as research and engagement in conservation criminology.

Environmental Crime Books

Environmental Justice Books

Michigan State University