MAFI FAQs

Tuition for the weekend cohort starting Spring 2021 and the full-time, on-campus cohort starting in Fall 2021 is $51,400. This cost will not change over the course of these cohorts.

Scholarships and financial aid are available, and we encourage you to contact us for more information. Students should also consult their employer to inquire about tuition benefits.

Descriptions for required courses are available on our Courses page.

The next weekend MAFI cohort has been delayed in response to Covid-19 constraints. The cohort will begin on February 11, 2021, at Case Western Reserve Law School in Cleveland, Ohio.  The cohort will likely start fully remotely as a result of the pandemic and will move to in-person when pandemic circumstances permit. 

The next full-time, on-campus cohort will begin in Fall 2021.

 

Most instruction in the MAFI program is face-to-face to ensure both in-depth learning and professional networking. The courses may be available remotely on a case-by-case basis for students who are unable to attend in person and who receive prior permission from the Executive Director of the MAFI program to attend remotely. 

The weekend program takes four semesters to complete. The full-time, on-campus program takes two-semesters to complete.

Students entering the MAFI program should have a bachelor’s degree and a demonstrated interest in studying financial integrity, anti-money laundering or a related field. 

In exceptional circumstances, individuals without a bachelor’s degree but with extensive professional experience in the AML field may be admitted to the program.

For information about the MAFI program, please email us at MAFI@case.edu or contact Cathy Lesser Mansfield,  Executive Director of the MAFI program, at 216.368.0425.

Yes, international students can apply for the MAFI program in Cleveland. If your primary language is not English, you must meet a language admissions requirement of one of the following:

  • TOEFL 90 and above
  • IELTS 7.5 and above
  • Graduation from ELS Level 110

MAFI applicants are not required to take entrance tests, such as the GRE or LSAT.

We have a rolling admissions policy. As decisions are made, you will be notified.