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Corporate risk has historically been viewed in black-and-white terms, and compliance has been similarly tied to rigid policies and regulations. But as the nature of business evolves, those who work with any aspect of compliance or risk mitigation must be able to adapt today’s tactics to serve more creative strategies. They are charged with interpreting shifting regulations, and they must develop responsive processes and procedures that promote ethical governance without hindering wealth creation.
To satisfy progressive expectations, today’s compliance professionals are rising up as cross-disciplinary leaders with the investigative insight to forecast risk, the business sense to design meaningful new solutions, and the communications savvy to influence boards and educate stakeholders.
Santa Clara Law’s Online Master of Legal Studies (MLS) in Corporate Compliance is built on practical coursework that combines competency-based skills training with business ethics, and it is taught by compliance leaders associated with Silicon Valley’s most forward-thinking companies. Our faculty’s experience in America’s entrepreneurial epicenter, and the insights they’ve gained there, will help you learn to:
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