Managing HR Risks
Each topic will be a mixture of doctrinal discussion and practical workplace problems:
- Common law whistleblower protection
- State whistleblower statutes
- Federal whistleblower protections
- Managing whistleblowers and whistleblowing
It takes 8 weeks to complete the certificate program. All coursework must be completed in the sequence in which it is offered. Students should plan to spend 6-8 hours per week on online coursework, including reading assignments, research and writing projects, and online discussions.
Seton Hall Law School's online Graduate Certificate Programs are offered during our Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters. Start dates for upcoming offerings of The Law Protecting Whistleblowers certificate are indicated in the Certificates At-A-Glance section.
Do I need to be in a certain profession to be admitted?
No. While the program is specifically designed to meet the needs of mid- to senior-level professionals, it is also open to qualified students from other backgrounds.
Applicants must submit the following:
- Online application
- Application fee of $50
- Official baccalaureate degree transcript from an accredited college or university
- Current resume
- A 500-word statement explaining why you want to study human resource law with a focus on managing HR risks
No entrance exam is required for admission. However, international applicants who are not native speakers of English must submit a TOEFL score.