A student-directed capstone course, Conservation Law Project asks students to apply the knowledge and skills they learned while fulfilling their Conservation Law Enforcement degree requirements. Conservation Law Enforcement majors must complete a Hunter Education course, a Trapper Education course, and a Boater Safety Education course. They also have to complete 12 job shadows and/or ride along with six different law-enforcement agencies and six outdoor-related business and/or regulated activities (e.g. shadowing a trapper/forager/hunter/guide or observing criminal court proceedings). Conservation Law majors work with their advisor to complete a total of 96 hours to meet these requirements.