St. Mary’s School of Law is the only law school in Texas that is accredited by the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)®.  J.D., M.Jur. and LL.M. students who complete the requirements below are eligible to sit for any of the CCB’s certification exams for up to a year after graduation, without any additional continuing education or professional work experience requirements.

CCB Eligibility Requirements

MJur student studies in the law library.

Certification by the CCB enhances your credentials and many compliance positions require certification through the CCB as a prerequisite to applying. Furthermore, CCB credentials demonstrate to potential employers and colleagues a commitment to and level of proficiency in the compliance and ethics field.

Eligibility for the CCB certification exams normally requires Continuing Education Units and work experience in the field of compliance. However, students who have successfully completed a CCB accredited masters or certificate program from a participating university are considered to have fulfilled these two requirements and can sit for CCB certification exams by earning a B or higher in each required course. Graduates have up to 12 months to take the CCB certification exams as per CCB External Accreditation guidelines.

How does our program help you excel?

As an accredited program, St. Mary’s can give you an edge as you will be eligible to sit for any of the following credentialing exams offered by the CCB without having to meet the typical work experience requirements: Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC)®, Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC®), Certified in Healthcare Research Compliance (CHRC)® and Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP)®.

LW5302 Administrative Law & Regulatory Interpretation
LW5305 Business Structures & Statutory Compliance
LW5307 Compliance, Ethics & Risk Management
LW5308 Employment Law
LW5310 Negotiations
LW5402 Torts
LW5403 Contracts
LW5404 Property
LW5405 Commercial Law & Contracting
LW5501 HIPAA Privacy & Security
LW5601 Fundamentals of the American Legal System
LW5602 Legal Research & Writing
LW5605 Creditor Rights & Bankruptcy
LW5606 Business Law & Ethics

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Applicants must submit:

  • Proof of a four-year undergraduate degree, either
    • from an accredited college or university in the United States or
    • a comparable degree from a foreign institution approved by either the government or the relevant accrediting authority of the nation where the school is located;
  • Official transcripts of undergraduate studies
  • A personal statement;
  • Résumé;
  • Two letters of recommendation;
  • A completed M.Jur. application form.

All applicants will be considered holistically and admission will be based on the applicant’s academic training, professional background, personal statement, and professional and academic references. Applicants may, but are not required, to submit official LSAT, GRE, GMAT, or MCAT score reports.

How to Apply for the M.Jur. Program
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