Certificate of Advanced Studies in Regulatory and Compliance Assurance: Curriculum

Curriculum Details


Modern financial and technological organizations are required to conform to national and international policies, regulations, and laws, but navigating them can be very difficult. The Certificate of Advanced Studies in Regulatory and Compliance Assurance will prepare you to become an agile manager and leader who can skillfully move through the legal and regulatory environment.

Additionally, the curriculum will help prepare you to take advantage of testing for the Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) certification exam, known to increase job opportunities and income potential.

The curriculum course abstracts on this page are meant to provide a high-level course overview and subject to change based on term, faculty, and/or institutional requirements. View the official course descriptions as written in the Utica College Academic Catalog and in adherence to regional compliance.

Required Courses

Credit Hours

Major Course Requirements Total Hours:

BUS 611 Principles and Practices of Leadership ICredit Hours: 1.5

Examine the posture of the modern leader in a contemporary organizational setting. In this part I course, you'll explore topics including creative instruction and case studies.

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BUS 612 Principles and Practices of Leadership IICredit Hours: 1.5

Explore the posture of the modern leader in a contemporary organizational setting. You'll examine the relationship between leaders and organizations through creative instruction and case studies.

Prerequisite: BUS 611

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FCM 535 Legal and Regulatory Issues for Fraud ManagementCredit Hours: 3

Examine the structure and design of organizations with a focus on systems theory and its impact on economic crime. Expand on your findings and apply them to today's environment.

FCM 611 Organizational Theory, Structure, and DesignCredit Hours: 3

You'll become familiar with the structure and design of organizations. There will be an emphasis on systems theory and its applicability to today's environment, identifying external environmental forces, designing optimal corporate structure for an organization's mission, changing organizational structure, and analyzing the process and effects of corporate infrastructure.

FCM 612 The Manager in a Global EnvironmentCredit Hours: 3

Become familiar with the challenges faced by today's managers and organizations. Discuss the changing concepts of technology and knowledge, the impact of workforce changes on managers and organizations, and the evolution of management thought and concepts. You'll also explore the unique challenges of managing in foreign cultures, international law issues, and managing a multicultural workforce.

FCM 627 Fraud Management: Risk and ComplianceCredit Hours: 3

Become familiar with the principles and practices of compliance and operational risk assessment and mitigation. You'll also examine the management of fraud prevention detection and investigation.

CYB 665 Legal Foundations of Information Security and PrivacyCredit Hours: 3

Learn the principles of privacy relating to non-public personal, proprietary business, or government information. You'll examine policy issues; legal, regulatory and business controls; and best practices.

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