Those interested in corruption and academia can get a Master’s degree for their efforts.
The International Anti-Corruption Academy, which launched in Laxenburg, Austria, in 2010, announced on Thursday the 30-person inaugural class of its new Master’s in Anti-Corruption Studies. The two-year, part-time program will serve as an enhancement to professional development, the academy said.
It comes as compliance becomes more important within companies amid a changing regulatory environment. The degree is aimed at those who work in corporate compliance, internal oversight, law enforcement, investigative journalism, academia, finance and international affairs, the academy said in the statement.