All students must complete the following 5 courses.
|Name of Course||
|Conducting Internal Investigations||1|
|Risk Management, Audit and Financial Controls||1|
II. REQUIRED EXTERNSHIP
Students must complete one externship in the compliance field. The externship may be paid or taken for academic credit. Academic credit (2 to 3 hrs.) requires completion of a Becoming a Lawyer Course (1 hr.).
III. REQUIRED WRITING PROJECT
Students must complete a significant writing project – i.e., a journal note, a seminar paper, or other project that satisfies at least one-half of the Upper Division writing requirement on a CICR-related topic.
IV. ELECTIVE COURSES Students must complete two (2) of the following elective courses.
|Name of Course||
|Advanced Issues in Corporate Law-Corps & Human Rights (Rome)||2|
|Campaign Finance Law||2|
|Consumer Finance Seminar||2|
|Fair Employment Law||2|
|Federal Regulation of Food and Drugs||2|
|Financial Institutions Regulation||3|
|Human Trafficking Law||2|
|Immigration Law: Employment, Family and Naturalization||2|
|* International Corruption and Compliance (formerly FCPA)||1|
|International Environmental Law (Rome)||2|
|International Human Rights (Rome)||2|
|Introduction to Intellectual Property Law||3|
|Labor and Employment Law||3|
|Law of the European Union (Cracow)||2|
|Securities Regulation: Compliance||3|
|Trademarks and Unfair Competition||3|
|* White Collar and Business Crimes||2|
1. Asterisks (*) indicate courses of particular relevance.
2. Securities compliance is a specialized field in itself. Students who seek careers in securities compliance ordinarily should pursue a Securities certificate or concentration, but CICR students interested in securities may count the course as a qualifying CICR elective.