University of St. Thomas Law Graduate Programs in Organizational Ethics Compliance
Colleen Dorsey, JD, Director, Organizational Ethics & Compliance, University of St. Thomas Law, joins us for a guest posting on the University of St. Thomas Law graduate programs in Organizational Ethics and Compliance. Colleen can be reached via email at email@example.com.
A Head for Law
A Heart for Integrity
Every business exists by virtue of the trust of its customers and employees. Without strong ethics, companies not only lose customer loyalty, they lose potential employees who prioritize ethical standards above the size of their paychecks. Meanwhile, compliance mishaps have such companies such as Enron and Lehman Brothers. Without compliance, businesses can be brought to task by regulators, potentially incurring fines and damaging reputations. It is not surprising, then, that the call for professional leadership in ethics and compliance is growing. It’s a crucial field for highly regulated industries such as banking, investments and health care, and you’d be hard pressed to find an entity in any industry today that doesn’t recognize its importance.
The University of St. Thomas graduate programs in Organizational Ethics and Compliance are offered in partnership between its ABA-accredited School of Law and its AACSB-accredited Opus College of Business. You’ll gain the leadership skills to persuade and influence – talents that are well-honed in St. Thomas law and business environments. Any you’ll learn to build consensus, collaborate and solve problems within diverse organizational structures. No matter where you are, we have a degree path for you. See our program and application online at HERE.