Fish and game wardens tend to obtain bachelor degrees in biology, environmental science, or criminal justice.
At least two years of college education is required for state government employment as a game warden. Then, additional academy training is required, sometimes lasting up to a year, followed by on-the-job training, as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, game warden positions in other industries most often require a bachelor’s degree: According to O*Net, about 74% of them require this education. Possible majors include natural resources management and policy, wildlife management, fisheries science, and wildlands science.
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