Some Canadian universities are raising tuition fees for the new school year much to the consternation of students, who argue their costs should be going down, not up in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
While schools argue they need an infusion of cash to deal in part with higher costs of remote teaching and learning,
Probably wouldn't help.
Look up a fintech agreement that some service providers post online. Generally, the privacy clauses will refer to industry standards and policies rather than listing out specific criteria or security methods. You don't really need to know the nitty gritty.
Now, if you plan on practicing on the other sides of these agreements (once something goes wrong, or theres a data breach) it may be helpful to have an understanding of privacy and what the "industry standards" actually entail, but unless you're an absolute authority on the subject, I don't see it helping.
It's like @Rashabon said, you just need a JD. If certain non-legal expertise is needed while practicing law, then you should be paying for an expert. Otherwise, use appropriate drafting language.
Having said all that, I suggest you go to the large full service firm websites and look at the profiles of their tech and privacy lawyers and see if any of them advertise having taken the program.