FIU Law’s Juris Master with a concentration in Banking Compliance is designed for the working professional and taught by industry leaders, regulators, and faculty whom are all experts in their respective fields.
Graduates also earn CPAML certification from the Florida International Bankers Association (“FIBA”), through completion of the program’s rigorous AML/BSA course of study. The CPAML is a credential tailor-made for a management or supervisory position in senior compliance, risk, and consulting. Graduates earning the CPAML credential can maintain their certification in active status by participating in 10 hours of continuing AML education annually. Continuing AML education credits may be obtained through a variety of programs, such as the FIBA Anti Money Laundering Conference, FIBA webinars, select FIBA events, other approved AML training programs, or through in-house AML training at the graduate’s banking institution.
Core Curriculum (18 credits)*:
- Introduction to American Law (3 credits)
- Legal Analysis and Writing (4 credits)
- Contracts and Business Law 4 credits)
- Fundamentals of Criminal Law and Tort Law (4 credits)
- Introduction to Regulatory Compliance (3 credits)
Concentration Curriculum (12 credits)*:
- Banking and Finance Regulation
- Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)/ Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
- Consumer & Commercial Lending Compliance
- Consumer Financial Services
*Course offerings as of April 2018; subject to change