Delaware Law offers an entirely online graduate-level certificate in global financial and cyber crimes. Designed for professionals who seek specially focused course-work in financial fraud, our graduate certificate provides students with in-depth coverage of the fraud examination, anti-money laundering, terrorist financing, penalties, global illicit financial flows, fraud investigations, interviewing skills, financial crimes prevention and mitigation, and cyber crimes.
Our expert faculty and cutting-edge curriculum allows students to work through real-world simulations to learn the skills needed to prevent, detect, and investigate fraud.
The graduate-level certificate in global financial and cyber crimes is designed to provide professionals with the practical skills and knowledge necessary to transition or advance in the financial fraud, cybercrime, and related fields. This program is designed for those seeking graduate-level training that will make them competitive candidates for positions such as:
This online certificate 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 one academic years. Students may choose to work at their own pace and complete the degree in as many as three years.
The certificate program requires 15 credit hours of coursework. Some of the exciting courses offered include: Fraud Examination, Anti-Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing, Illicit Global Trade, Financial Crimes Penalties and Taxes.
Explore the Course Descriptions for our certificate programs.
|Fall Term||Course #||Course Title||Faculty||Credits|
|Course 1||MJD||Financial Crimes Penalties and Tax||Hoffman||3 credits|
|Course 2||MJD||Financial Crimes and Fraud in the Age of Cybersecurity||3 credits|
|Spring Term||Course #||Course Title||Faculty||Credits|
|Course 1||MJD||Illicit Trade in a Global Economy||Tucker||3 credits|
|Course 2||MJD||Cyber Crime & Computer Law||3 credits|
|Course 3||MJD||U.S. and International Financial Crimes||3 credits|
|Total Credits||15 credits|
A bachelor’s degree is required. The certificate is also open to graduates of a U.S. J.D. program.
Please visit the Cost of Attendance page for current tuition rates and other fees and expenses. Financial aid is available for qualified students.
This program is scheduled to begin in August 2022. Applications are being accepted now for the Fall 2022 semester.