The emergence of two new degree programs and two graduate certificates shows the complexity of compliance.
In recent years, the rate of hiring of compliance-related administrative officers has exceeded that of faculty, says Steve Hoffman, who consults with colleges on policies and procedures regarding tax issues and concerns.
Widener University in Pennsylvania now offers a master of jurisprudence in higher education compliance through its Delaware Law School.
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Samford University in Alabama offers a master of studies in law in higher education compliance.
Also Drexel University’s law school in Philadelphia has a graduate certificate in higher ed compliance, developed for students currently working in higher ed.
Similarly, the University of Toledo has rolled out a graduate certificate in higher education compliance.
Marcia Layton Turner is a Rochester, New York-based writer.