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To be certified to sit for the CCB compliance exams, students must earn 15 credit hours from the health care compliance courses listed below and meet all other MJ degree requirements. A minimum GPA of 3.00 at graduation is required by the CCB.
|LAW 706||HEALTH POLICY AND THE LAW||3|
|LAW 719||HEALTH CARE: FRAUD AND ABUSE||3|
|LAW 727||HEALTH CARE COMPLIANCE AND REGULATIONS||3|
|Select from the following:||6|
|FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION|
|DATA BREACH NOTIFICATION LAWS|
|RISK MANAGEMENT AND PATIENT SAFETY|
|BIOETHICS & THE LAW|
|HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS|
|ANTITRUST ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE|
|MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SURVEY|
|FOOD AND DRUG LAW|
Students complete the remaining credit hours for the MJ degree by taking additional Health Law elective courses, by choosing courses from the current College of Law course catalog, or by a enrolling in a combination of both.