MJ in Business Law
The Masters of Jurisprudence (MJ) in Business Law is a two-year, part-time online degree program designed specifically for business professionals who want to develop analytical reasoning and advanced communication skills. The program also provides in-depth information about the intersection of law and business as well as training in compliance.
MJ candidates will enjoy a curriculum focused on current real world business and legal issues; they will learn key business law and compliance concepts and develop the skills they need to explore and create proactive solutions within a business and regulatory context. Our curriculum helps students gain technical expertise in the laws and regulations that affect business on a day-to-day basis. The degree is applicable in almost any public or private sector industry, as well as in the not-for-profit world.
Our mission is to educate diverse, talented students to contribute a deeper understanding of business law and compliance in the rapidly changing business world, while emphasizing the importance of regulatory compliance and ethical business conduct. Whether you are seeking to expand your employment opportunities or to just gain a better understanding of the legal aspects of business and compliance, this program will enable you to enhance your resume with a preferred qualification.
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