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Delaware Law is one of few CCB-accredited law schools to offer an entirely online MJ in corporate and business law with a concentration in regulatory analysis and compliance. Career professionals benefiting from such training include corporate managers, compliance officers, risk managers, audit managers, anti-money laundering specialists, and government and agency officials, as well as those who seek positions in corporate-related fields. Students will receive intensive preparation to work in regulatory compliance, risk management, corporate financial fraud, investigations, auditing, compliance training, and more, to meet the needs and requirements of compliance programs for businesses.
Our compliance-expert faculty and cutting edge curriculum allows students to work through real-world simulations to learn the elements of an efficient and effective compliance program and resolve compliance and ethics issues. During the capstone course, students will prepare a complete compliance program.
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 master degree program’s Compliance Certification Board (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.
This online MJ program accommodates the working professional who seeks to improve employment opportunities or to simply keep pace with changing regulatory requirements. The program can be completed part-time in two academic years. Students may choose to work at their own pace and complete the degree in as many as five years.
The program requires 29 credit hours of coursework. Some of the exciting courses offered include: Introduction to Law, Corporate Compliance Rules & Standards, Corporate Compliance and Ethics, Auditing & Monitoring, Corporate Deviance, and Business Principles.
Delaware Law also offers a dual MJ/MBA. Learn more.
A bachelor’s degree is required. Applicants preferably will have recent or current professional employment in business or a closely related field.
Please visit the Cost of Attendance page for current tuition rates and other fees and expenses. Financial aid is available for qualified students.