About the Master of Arts in Financial Integrity
Our Master of Arts in Financial Integrity is an in-depth program that will give you a unique and comprehensive education in anti-money laundering, counter-terrorism, counter-proliferation financing policies and related integrity initiatives.
This is the first of its kind offered by a major research university. Unlike the many available certificate programs, our masters program gives you an in-depth, 360-degree understanding of anti-money laundering and financial integrity – from roles and practices of bank customer onboarding to compliance officers, government regulators, prosecutors and dozens of other key positions that play an integral role in preventing financial crime.
You will expand your professional network, and learn from the leading academics and practitioners, including current and former executives from the IMF, OCC, the World Bank, FinCEN, NATO, multinational corporations and major banks and financial institutions.
You will be uniquely positioned in the job market to work in financial institutions, regulatory bodies and other government agencies. Several of our graduates, for example, advanced their careers in compliance and anti-money laundering weeks after completing the degree.
You will take eight courses for a minimum of 32 credits, including a capstone thesis project. The tuition rate is $2,162. ACAMS members will receive a 5% discount on their tuition.
Intensive Weekend Program: New York Metropolitan Area
This program is designed for persons who are currently employed. Courses will be conducted through a series of intensive weekend sessions held on one Friday, Saturday, and Sunday weekend per month over a 16 month period (September 2018-December 2019, with no classes held during the months of July and August). While classes will be taught in person, students have the option to participate in some class sessions via video conferencing.
Residential Program: Cleveland
Classes will follow the regular Case Western Reserve University Law School Schedule, starting in the Spring Semester 2019. All classes will be taught in person; there is no option to participate via video conferencing.
Applications for both weekend and residential programs are now available
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Applicants must have a BA or equivalent degree and professional experience in financial integrity or a related field.