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Online Graduate Programs

Schedule of Upcoming Courses

General Reminders:

  • Students register for both Online Sessions (1 and 2) of a semester during the same registration period, which occurs approximately four weeks prior to Session 1 of the semester. Information will be sent to all active students when registration periods are approaching.
  • Incoming M.S. students must take MSLS 500 in their first session. Exceptions require Dean approval.
  • M.S. and LL.M. students should refrain from taking the two-part Thesis course until their final semester. Exceptions require Dean approval.
  • Course descriptions can be found in this downloadable PDF: 

  • While many courses do not require students to purchase textbooks or other materials, always check the Bookstore listing.

 


Summer 1 2024 Online Session

may 20 - june 30
late add by may 22; drop by may 26

CORE COURSES

  • MSLS 500 Introduction to Law and Legal Methods for Non-Lawyers: 3 credits (Required for M.S.  students in their first session)
  • MSLS 591 Thesis: Research: 1.5 credits (M.S. and LL.M. students should register for both 591 and 592 in their final semester)

CYBERSECURITY AND DATA PRIVACY COURSES

  • CSDP 506 Supply Chain Cybersecurity: 3 credits - Prof. Apostol
  • CSDP 509 Data Access, Tracking, Surveillance, and the Fourth Amendment: 3 credits - Prof. Schwarz
  • CSDP 601 Introduction to US Privacy Law: 1 credit - Prof. Graves

FINANCIAL COMPLIANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT COURSES

  • FCRM 580 Supply Chain Cybersecurity Law: 3 credits - Prof. Apostol (This course will count toward CSDP credits. See below.)
  • FCRM 602 Compliance in the Retail Customer Relationship: 1 credit - Prof. Doro

HEALTH LAW AND HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE COURSES

  • HLTH 505 Long Term and Post-Acute Care: 3 credits - Prof. Nakahara

HUMAN RESOURCES: LAW, LEADERSHIP, AND POLICY COURSES

  • HRLP 503 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce: 3 credits - Prof. Hou

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADVOCACY COURSES

  • GVAA 711 - Constitutional Rights and Remedies: 1 or 3 credits - Prof. Boswell
  • GVAA 701 - Legislative Process and Statutory Interpretation: 1 or 3 credits - Prof. Harris

 

Summer 2 2024 Online Session

july 1 - august 18
late add by july 3; drop by july 7

CORE COURSES

  • MSLS 500 Introduction to Law and Legal Methods for Non-Lawyers: 3 credits (Required for M.S. students in their first session)
  • MSLS 592 Thesis: Writing: 1.5 credits (M.S. and LL.M. students should register for both 591 and 592 in their final semester)

CYBERSECURITY AND DATA PRIVACY COURSES

  • CSDP 510 European Data Protection and Privacy Law: 3 credits - Prof. Novella- Students who have taken CSDP 505 (Global Privacy Law) should speak with Dean Rosenberger before registering for this course.
  • CSDP 602 Privacy Law and the Individual: 1 credit - Prof. Graves

FINANCIAL COMPLIANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT COURSES

  • FCRM 507 The Chief Compliance Officer: Advanced Issues Impacting an International Organization: 3 credits - Prof. Suich 
    (This course is considered part 2 of a 2-part series. Students without considerable experience in corporate compliance should not take this course before taking FCRM 503.)
  • FCRM 603 Intro to Broker-Dealer Regulation: 1 credit - Prof. Iapoce

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADVOCACY

  • GVAA 703 Government Ethics: 1 or 3 credits

HEALTH LAW AND HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE COURSES

  • HLTH 501 Health Care Compliance: 3 credits - Prof. Zambri
  • HLTH 607 Pharmaceutical Compliance: 1 credit - Prof. Tangorre

HUMAN RESOURCES: LAW, LEADERSHIP, AND POLICY COURSES

  • HRLP 507 Global Human Resources and the Law: 3 credits - Prof. Mabon
  • HRLP 608 Workplace Investigations: 1 credit - Prof. Botticelli

Fall 1 2024 Online Session (Subject to change at this time)

AUGUST 19 - OCTOBER 6
late add by AUGUST 21; drop by AUGUST 25

Core CoUrses

  • MSLS 500 Introduction to Law and Legal Methods for Non-Lawyers: 3 credits (Required for M.S. students in their first session)
  • MSLS 591 Thesis: Research: 1.5 credits (M.S. and LL.M. students should register for both 591 and 592 in their final semester)

Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Courses

  • CSDP 507 Cybercrime 1: 3 credits - Prof. Schwarz
  • CSDP 603 Survey Privacy Law: 1 credit - Prof. Graves

Financial Compliance and Risk Management Courses

  • FCRM 502 Securities Fraud, Financial Crimes, and Internal Investigations: 3 credits - Prof. Andersen
  • FCRM 607 Introduction to Investment Advisors: 1 credit - Prof. Friedman

Government Affairs and Advocacy

  • GVAA 704 Public Budgets and Finance: 1 or 3 credits
  • GVAA 712 Influencing Policymakers Through Advocacy: 1 or 3 credits - Prof. Sockowitz

Health Law and Healthcare Compliance Courses

  • HLTH 506 Medical Malpractice: 3 credits - Prof. Frankel

Human Resources: Law, Leadership, and Policy Courses

  • HRLP 502 Labor Law & Human Resources: An Introduction to Labor-Management Relations: 3 credits - Prof. Manfredo

 

Fall 2 2024 Online Session (Subject to Change at this time)

OCTOBER 14 - DECEMBER 10
late add by OCTOBER 16; drop by OCTOBER 20

Core Courses

  • MSLS 500 Introduction to Law and Legal Methods for Non-Lawyers: 3 credits (Required for M.S. students in their first session)
  • MSLS 592 Thesis: Writing: 1.5 credits (M.S. and LL.M. students should register for both 591 and 592 in their final semester)

Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Courses

  • CSDP 503 Technology, Privacy, and the Law: 3 credits - Prof. Bseikri
  • CSDP 604 Law of Cyber Conflict: 1 credit

Financial Compliance and Risk Management Courses

  • FCRM 501 Technology & Financial Markets: FinTech & Big Data: 3 credits - Prof. Shaw
  • FCRM 601 Intro to Banking Regulation: 1-credit - Prof. Ferdinand-Davis

Government Affairs and Advocacy

  • GVAA 710 Lobbying Law and Ethics: 1 or 3 credits - Prof. Clark
  • GVAA 713 Integrated Strategic Communications and Advocacy: 1 or 3 credits - Prof. Larrabee

Health Law and Healthcare Compliance Courses

  • HLTH 504 Medicare and Medicaid: 3 credits - Prof. Ustin
  • HLTH 604 Conducting Investigations: Law and Practice: 1 credit - Prof. Sheingold

Human Resources: Law, Leadership, and Policy Courses

  • HR 505 Workforce Recruitment, Retention and Development: 3 credits - Prof. Mamaysky
  • HR 606 HR Negotiations: 1 credit - Prof. Hou

The following sections provide the prior-year's course schedules to assist with general planning purposes ONLY and are subject to change at this time. Final schedules are published prior to the registration period for each semester.

 

Spring 1 2024 Online Session (Subject to change in 2025)

 

CORE COURSES

  • MSLS 500 Introduction to Law and Legal Methods for Non-Lawyers: 3 credits (Required for Master's students in their first session)
  • MSLS 591 Thesis: Research: 1.5 credits (M.S. and LL.M. students should register for both 591 and 592 in their final semester)

CYBERSECURITY AND DATA PRIVACY COURSES

  • CSDP 504 Cyberspace Law: 3 credits
  • CSDP 605 National Cyber Operations: 1 credit

FINANCIAL COMPLIANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT COURSES

  • FCRM 503 The Compliance Officer: Risk Management and Compliance Obligations: 3 credits
  • FCRM 604: to Financial Institutions, Products, Professionals & Associated Regulatory Structure: 1 credit

HEALTH LAW AND HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE COURSES

  • HLTH 502 HIPAA Compliance: 3 credits
  • HLTH 606 The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA): 1 credit

HUMAN RESOURCES: LAW, LEADERSHIP, AND POLICY COURSES

  • HRLP 501 Employment Law: 3 credits
  • HRLP 601 Human Capital Analytics and Workforce Planning: 1 credit

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADVOCACY

  • GVAA 501 Administrative Law: Rules and Regulations: 3 credits - Prof. Bein (Required course for all GVAA MS and LLM candidates) - Prof. Bein
  • GVAA 702 State and Local Governments: 1 or 3 credits

 

Spring 2 2024 Online Session (Subject to change in 2025)

march 18 - may 5
late add by march 20; drop by march 24

CORE COURSES

  • MSLS 500 Introduction to Law and Legal Methods for Non-Lawyers: 3 credits (Required for Master's students in their first session)
  • MSLS 592 Thesis: Writing: 1.5 credits (M.S. and LL.M. students should register for both 591 and 592 in their final semester)

CYBERSECURITY AND DATA PRIVACY COURSES

  • CSDP 508 Cybersecurity Frameworks: 3 credits - Prof. Ogden
  • CSDP 606 US Cyber Conflict Policy: 1 credit - Prof. Haynes
  • FCRM 701 (This course will count toward CSDP credits. See below.)

FINANCIAL COMPLIANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT COURSES

  • FCRM 504 Financial Crimes: 3 credits - Prof. Munro
  • FCRM 701 (1 or 3 credits): Understanding Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and the Law  (This course also satisfies CSDP credit requirements for CSDP programs) -  Prof. Hoffman

HEALTH LAW AND HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE COURSES

  • HLTH 507 Mental Health Law: 3 credits - Prof. DiNova
  • HLTH 601 Strategic Issues in Public Health Law and Compliance: 1-credit - Prof. Zwickel
  • HLTH 603 False Claims Act: 1 credit - Prof. Katz

HUMAN RESOURCES: LAW, LEADERSHIP, AND POLICY COURSES

  • HRLP 506 Wages, Hours and Benefits: 3 credits - Prof. Hou
  • HRLP 605 Privacy and Technology in the Workplace: 1 credit - Prof. Mabon

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADVOCACY COURSES

  • GVAA 706 NY Lobbying: Process and Players: 1 or 3 credits - Prof. Richardson

 

Contact Us

Email: graduateprograms@albanylaw.edu

Phone: 518-445-2365

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