Master of Jurisprudence –
Business Risk and Intelligence Concentration
Master of Jurisprudence
The Business Risk and Intelligence Concentration is just one of your options. See the main Master of Jurisprudence page for details about the overall program and other available options.
M.Jur. Business Risk and Intelligence Concentration (available online)
The M.Jur. in Business Risk and Intelligence is a hybrid concentration that partners the Compliance, Business Law and Risk certificate at the School of Law (CCB® accredited) with the Business Intelligence Certificate at the Greehey School of Business.
This concentration has been established to appeal to compliance professionals, governmental and private sector procurement and contracting professionals, accounting professionals, and analysts who want to use data to ask about the “why” not just the “how.”
This concentration has been curated for those already working at the intersection of compliance, business and data analytics looking to advance, pivot or reskill in emerging fields such as fintech, data analytics and procurement.
- A decision-maker who uses data to aid in the decision-making process
- A manager involved in producing reports and analyzing multiple data points to assess their relevance in business decision-making
- A critical thinker who “connects the dots” to make better business decisions
- An “outside the box” thinker who asks “what if?” questions using data
- A proactive thinker who asks, “what else can we do with this data?”
What is Business Intelligence?
Business Risk and Intelligence Concentration Curriculum
|Required Courses (Course Name)||Credit Hours|
|Fundamentals of the American Legal System (offered online)||2|
|Legal Research and Writing (offered online)||2|
|Contracts (offered online)||4|
|Administrative Law and Regulatory Interpretation||3|
|Business Structures and Statutory Compliance||3|
|Compliance, Ethics and Risk Management||3|
|HIPAA Privacy Law||2|
|Business Law and Ethics||1|
|Intro to Business Analytics||3|
|Visual Analytics and Management||3|
|Using Data for Developing Business Intelligence||3|