Park Ranger Education

Whether working for local or state parks departments, or at national parks and historic sites, park rangers are responsible for educating the visiting public while serving as guardians of our nation’s protected wilderness areas.

With the right experience and a degree related to parks and recreation, natural resource management, natural sciences or even law enforcement, you may qualify to begin the training you need to become a park ranger at the local, state or national level.

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Regis University offers an Online Bachelor and Master of Science in Criminology

Saint Joseph's University offers an Online Master of Science in Criminal Justice

Penn Foster Career School's Career Diploma in Wildlife and Forestry Conservation Distance Learning Program

From forest ecology and protection to park and recreation facility operation, Penn Foster Career School's Wildlife and Forestry Conservation Program can help you on your path towards a career as a park ranger.

To find the school that’s right for you, request information on the programs shown here. Request information from several schools to compare degree options and find the one that’s right for you.