What to Expect
To earn this certificate, you’ll take three foundational courses—risk assessment; governance, regulatory compliance and risk management; and compliance and risk management skills: planning, auditing, investigating and reporting. Then, you’ll proceed to study more advanced topics, including health law and healthcare finance and regulation.
To complete your certificate, you’ll need 18 credit hours. You can complete your program on a part-time basis over three to four lightly scheduled semesters. And, any credits you earn as a part of your program can be applied to our full master’s degree in Compliance and Risk Management should you choose to continue your training.