Delaware Law has the distinction of being accredited by the Compliance Certification Board (CCB). The CCB accredits universities that meet required standards for compliance education. Because our courses are taught by faculty who are practicing compliance specialists, most of whom hold CCB certification, our students are exposed to an in-depth, practical application of the elements of a compliance program.
The CCB offers several different certifications in health, corporate, and global compliance. Delaware law can help you achieve a professional compliance certification through the CCB. 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. A 3.0 cumulative GPA is required for eligibility, and other requirements may apply.
For more information on the CCB and CCB exams, visit the Compliance Certification Board.