Master of
Corporate Law & Governance (ODL)

Veritas University College

Here's the BIG Picture

There is a growing demand for specialist lawyers that can embrace the challenges and opportunities of conducting business in a globalised society. 

The Veritas Masters of Corporate Law and Corporate Governance presents an exciting opportunity for you to develop a deep understanding of the relationship between law and the regulation of corporations. This Veritas Masters is designed to delve into the intricate aspects of business law, regulatory frameworks, and governance practices. You'll receive comprehensive training in corporate law essentials and gain insights into current corporate governance issues. 

With a diverse range of law and business modules to choose from, you'll have the flexibility to tailor your studies to your interests and career goals. Whether you aim to excel in management, finance, audit, accounting, regulatory affairs, or company secretarial roles, this Masters equips you with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in the dynamic corporate landscape. 

With this Course, You Will:

  • Develop a wide range of generic key transferable skills which are useful in whatever career path you choose to pursue.
  • Be taught by a global and professional faculty comprising subject matter experts, practitioners and academics.
  • Focus on legal practice, not just theory.
  • Benefit from strategic partnerships with firms.
  • Improve your employability by gaining important transferable skills.

Why choose
Veritas University College?

At Veritas, we are constantly re-thinking the learning process and leveraging on efficiency, technology and strategic partnerships to provide a holistic next gen educational journey for you. Veritas is also committed to pushing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals by continuously developing world class programmes at some of the most affordable fees available in the market. As a result of our far-reaching efforts, Veritas has received the BrandLaureate Best Brand in Online Education award for 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 in recognition of our exceptional academic and co-curricular experience.

How Do I Get In?

  • A Bachelor Degree in the field with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 or equivalent, as accepted by the HEP Senate, or 
  • A Bachelor Degree in the field or related fields or equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 can be accepted subject to rigorous internal assessment, and
  • Candidates without a qualification in the related fields or working experience in the relevant fields must undergo appropriate prerequisite courses determined by the HEP and meet the minimum CGPA based on (i) to (ii).


Malaysian Legal System*  
Research Methodology*  
Master Project*  
Lawyer’s Skills  
Strategic Management  
Interpreting Financial and Accounting Information  Corporate Law  
Corporate Governance  
Employment Law  
Boardroom Dynamics  
Commercial Contracts Practice  
Mergers and Acquisition Practice  
Intellectual Property Practice  
Banking and Finance Practice  
Islamic Banking and Finance Practice  
Risk Management  
Corporate Secretarial Practice  

*Compulsory modules  

Tuition Fees

All Inclusive Fee:


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