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Two-year master’s degree program for working professionals focuses on financial integrity

The Master of Arts in Financial Integrity (MAFI) program at the School of Law focuses on all aspects of anti-money laundering (AML) law, policy, compliance and risk management. The program is offered in a unique cohort-based format that meets approximately once per month from Thursday evening through mid-day Sunday, designed specifically for working professionals.

Students study U.S. administrative law, criminal law, banking law, compliance and risk management, international monetary flows and a host of other topics necessary to a comprehensive understanding of financial integrity. To start in fall 2020, apply by the priority deadline, May 15, or final deadline, July 1.

Faculty and staff are reminded that the tuition-waiver benefit can be used for this program.

Questions? Contact Cathy Lesser Mansfield at mafi@case.edu.

Read more about the program and get application details.