Help Reduce Risk on Fines and Reputation at Your Firm. Enroll to Become a Certified U.S. Export Compliance Officer® Today!
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According to a 2016 Trade Compliance Salary Survey, average starting salaries can range from $61,395 for associates to $172,000 for Vice Presidents in this rapidly growing field.*
*Gateway Recruiting 2016 Trade Compliance Survey.
Positions in this booming field can be found not only in large metropolitan areas, but cities large and small across America and internationally.
This program is a perfect fit for lifelong learners who want to change their direction in law, enter a corporate setting using their legal skill sets outside the practice of law, or gain an additional practice specialty. This knowledge will increase their marketability.
In 24 weeks, you can complete the course. The online format enables you to fit the program into even the busiest schedule; and the classroom is open 24/7.
This new and exciting field of international trade compliance will provide you with an opportunity to help protect exports from national security threats. Due to exorbitant fines companies must pay for non-compliance with federal regulations, there is an urgent need for qualified persons with the necessary expertise.
After passing the certification test you will become a Certified U.S. Export Compliance Officer®, meeting the industry's highest professional standards in your knowledge and expertise of the regulatory environment of United States export compliance.
The demand for regulatory trade compliance professionals is growing rapidly as the laws impacting the movement of goods between nations continues to increase and companies struggle to comply with the challenging regulations in the trade compliance industry.
*Compliance Officer: dream Career; The Wall Street Journal, Jan. 2014
The Graduate Trade Compliance Program (Studies in Export Compliance) consists of four six-week online courses that help prepare students to take the Certified U.S. Export Compliance Officer® certification exam and qualify for careers assisting clients or employers in maintaining compliance with U.S. export laws.
These instructor-led classes can be completed in six months and have fixed start and end dates, with low student faculty ratios, not to exceed 1:15.
Fill out the form below to RSVP for our upcoming seminar at Arizona Summit School of Law on April 15th at 6:00pm. Plus, get instant access to our FREE webinar.
“I thoroughly enjoyed this class and I learned more than I expected to within a 6 week period. The format of having to write essays and case studies based on particular scenarios has been very useful to me as it causes you to dig into the regulations to figure out how they would apply. For me, this is a much better way of learning and more importantly retaining what I learned.”
Empowered Official and Export Control Manager for ASRC Aerospace at Kennedy Space Center where he supports NASA’s research and development.John Boelke | JD, MBA, CUSECO®, CITE®
34 years of experience in the importing and exporting business and is recognized as a licensed customs broker since 1974.Dr. Robert Perkins | Ph. D, CITE®
Over 30 years of experience in international trade, serving in a variety of roles including a Licensed Customs Broker, and with Dial Inc. in their import-export operations division.Joseph Zodl | MBA, CITM®, CITE®, CUSECO®
The need for trade compliance professionals at all levels throughout the global supply continues to grow. The reason is Increasingly harsh penalties, fines (easily in the tens of millions of dollars) and other sanctions (i.e. the possibility of jail time for responsible parties) resulting from violations are what drives this need.
Consequently, exporting corporations need the internal skill sets and knowledge provided in this program to mitigate the tremendous risks and liabilities associated with their trade effort. In addition, corporations equally need outside legal representation to litigate regulatory licensing matters that may arise.
The Graduate Regulatory Trade Compliance Program provides the knowledge and skills needed to meet the needs of industry in maintaining compliance with the continually expanding regulations from the State and the Commerce departments.
This graduate-level, six week course provides a strong understanding of the current International Traffic in Arms Regulations as required for successful compliance in daily operations as well as strategic planning. The course material is constantly updated to remain current with the Export Control Reform Initiative. The program is designed to assist legal practitioners and those who are (or aspire to be) responsible for corporate export compliance to understand the International Traffic in Arms Regulations.
The current Export Administration Regulations, enforced by the Bureau of Industry and Security of the U.S. Department of Commerce, is the focus of this six-week graduate course. It is taught from the perspective of the practicing professional who needs to know, understand and use this information on a regular basis. Special emphasis is placed on relating the EAR to the broader aspects of U.S. export controls in accordance with all applicable U.S. laws and regulations. It is up-to-date with the changes made under the Export Reform Initiative.
This six-week graduate course examines the documentary requirements and supporting regulations and recommendations for U. S. export transactions and related activities; including export licenses/applications and required supporting forms, certifications and other information, export shipping, item classification, customer screening and required record keeping. This hands-on course approaches documentation from the perspective of the clerical need to understand all aspects of the documentation and reporting processes.
This course explores the forces that shape business ethics, specifically as they relate to international trade compliance. It examines business ethics as an integrated system at all levels within an organization, and assesses the most common factors impacting ethical performance in the trade compliance workplace.