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Build Compliance Competency ONLINE

Businesses today face greater pressure than ever before in complying with a growing host of complex legislative regulations. To meet this challenge, Delaware Law offers online graduate programs for those seeking a career in legal compliance. Unlike compliance programs at other academic institutions, our compliance degrees are offered entirely online and do not require an on-campus immersion component. By understanding compliance issues within the legal and regulatory environment, we offer professionals from any industry a solid foundation for career advancement.

Offered through Delaware Law’s non-JD Graduate, International, Compliance, and Legal Studies Office, our compliance-focused graduate degrees and certificates are for both practicing attorneys and non-legal professionals. Taught by faculty who are working compliance professionals and attorneys, our students receive insight into real world experiences, from both a compliance, and a legal, perspective. Many instructional opportunities extend beyond the classroom, as faculty become mentors for students when they enter the workforce.

Our students include: 
  • Healthcare providers
  • Senior-living and other healthcare administrators
  • Human resources personnel
  • Paralegals
  • Contract analysts
  • Risk managers
  • Political science majors
  • Government employees
  • Corporate managers
  • Auditors
  • Insurance agents
  • Accountants
  • Engineers
  • Current compliance officers
ONLINE Master of Jurisprudence Degrees and Certificates

Our online MJ degrees provide specialized concentrations for focused studies:

We also offer online graduate-level certificates, including:

Award-Winning

Delaware Law’s compliance degree programs have the distinction of being accredited by the Compliance Certification Board (CCB). Delaware Law is a member of the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) and the Heath Care Compliance Association (HCCA). We are the proud recipient of the SCCE’s International Compliance Award for exceptional work in developing education programs that further the compliance and ethics profession.

Become a Certified Compliance Professional

Eligible students can seek the further credential of becoming a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP) or Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC). Upon successful completion of the program’s CCB-accredited compliance coursework, eligible students are exempt from the 1,500 hours of work experience in a compliance-related field normally required for eligibility to take a CCB exam.

ONLINE Master of Laws (LLM) Degrees

Delaware Law also offers online LLM degrees in compliance for US and foreign-trained attorneys. Learn more.

Enrichment Courses

If you want to explore new career possibilities or enhance current skills without committing to a structured program, our compliance programs at Delaware Law offer a variety of online enrichment courses to enhance professional development with exciting courses in healthcare, business, compliance, and ethics.

Flexible Scheduling
  • Online specialized courses are accessible 24/7.
  • Experienced faculty are available both online and through virtual, one-to-one connections.
  • Busy professionals may work toward their goals anytime, anywhere.
Advantages
CCB Accredited

Delaware Law’s intensive compliance programs, among the few of their kind in the nation, have the added distinction of being accredited by the Compliance Certification Board (CCB).

Added Value

Students who complete CCB-accredited compliance coursework from a CCB-accredited university, such as Delaware Law, are exempt from the 1500 hours of work experience in a compliance-related field normally required to be eligible for a CCB exam.

Delaware Law is a member of the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) and the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE). Delaware Law is a proud recipient of the SCCE’s International Compliance Award for Excellence in developing educational programs that promote the professions of compliance and ethics.

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