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Certification & Non-Degree Programs

DePaul is committed to ensuring access to legal education and certification programs to a wide range of students and professionals with a variety of career interests and backgrounds. 

The College of Law currently offers the following certification program:

  • Health Care Compliance Certification Program:  ​DePaul College of Law is one of only a dozen law school programs in the nation that is accredited by the Compliance Certification Board (CCB). JD, MLS​​ and LLM students who complete the course requirements 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.
  • Dignity Health Certificate in Health law and Compliance:  The Certificate in Health Law and Compliance, co-developed with one of the largest health systems in the U.S., familiarizes health care professionals with the most significant and applicable concepts and principles in health law and policy. Participants will learn to identify and apply legal rules, get to know essential terms, and describe the structure of laws relating to American healthcare. This 8-week course translates theory into real-world examples, enabling participants to spot issues in a complicated and shifting legal and regulatory environment.​