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Program Details

Michigan State University offers a graduate certificate in Conservation Criminology to both non-degree seeking students and those who are interested in taking this certificate curriculum as a part of a degree-seeking program. Participants in this program will learn about eliminating key environmental risks by promoting this activity through risk communication, education, and other mediums. Students will also explore environmental risks through disciplinary theories, tools, and various other methods. Ways to control environmental risk include enforcement, regulation, and compliance strategies such as education.

Students will participate in the following courses: Environmental Risk Perception and Decision Making, Corporate Environmental Crime and Risk, and Global Risks, Conversation, and Criminology. This program is offered completely online, so students may complete the courses at their own pace while still taking care of family and/or working a full-time career. The main focus of this program is to promote creative thinking about harm to and from the environment, as well as the cause and extent of these harms. Students will learn how the human population can minimize or adapt to environmental risks.

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools