Texas A&M Launches Online Risk Management Curriculum with Fearless On Every Front Campaign
Posted by William Byrnes on September 22, 2016
Texas A&M University School of Law announces the launch of its revolutionary online graduate curricula in Risk Management — both developed as an important part of the public university’s mission. Delivered completely online, the Risk Management curricula meets the increasing need of professionals to be versed in the legal aspects of financial transactions, risk, anti money laundering, FCPA, terrorist financing prevention, OFAC, and compliance management. Lawyers and non-lawyers alike will take a deep dive into the intricacies of managing risk, critical in the rapidly evolving global financial climate.
Texas A&M law professor William Byrnes, who conceptualized both curricula and pioneered online legal education 20 years ago, quoted a New York post article, “In a field paying anywhere from $75,000 to $250,000 in annual salary for qualified compliance pros, staffing is one of the biggest challenges for firms today.” New York Post (Aug. 13, 2016)