Graduate Enrichment Courses
With today’s regulatory environment in constant flux, compliance professionals need to continue to update their knowledge and skills. Many also aim to prepare for a Compliance Certification Board (CCB) exam to become a certified compliance professional. If you hold a bachelor’s degree, you can expand your understanding of corporate law, health law, compliance, and more through our graduate enrichment courses, offered through our compliance programs.
Boost your professional expertise across a variety of subjects, including:
- Healthcare business transactions
- Corporate fraud
- Contract drafting
- Workplace investigations
- Corporate compliance and ethics
- Healthcare compliance and ethics
- Legal analysis and policy writing
- Healthcare quality and liability
Non-matriculated students can take up to three compliance, health, or corporate courses without applying to a specific program. Our graduate enrichment courses are offered throughout the year beginning in January, May, and August.
Pursue a Higher Degree
If you choose this non-matriculation option, you may go on to enroll for a master of jurisprudence (MJ) degree or graduate certificate in any one of our programs:
- corporate and business law with a concentration in regulatory analysis & compliance
- health law with a concentration in regulatory analysis & compliance
- corporate and business law and master of business administration (MBA) dual degree
Only courses with grades of B or better may be transferred into these master’s degree programs.
Online, Flexible Scheduling
Our online courses accommodate the working professional who seeks to improve employment opportunities or to simply keep pace with changing regulatory requirements.
A bachelor’s degree is required. Applicants preferably will have recent or current professional employment or previous education in healthcare, 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.
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