The course offerings include Criminology and Legal Issues, Fraud Data Analysis, Fraud Investigation, and the capstone – Advanced Fraud Investigation. Each course earns three (3) hours of college credit. A brief description of each course in the program is provided below:
MGMT 51800 CRIMINOLOGY AND LEGAL ISSUES
Sociological and psychological theories of criminal behavior, rules of evidence, laws, the rights of the accused under investigation, interrogation and interviewing methods, report writing, and ethics as these topics relate to forensic accounting.
MGMT 51700 FRAUD DATA ANALYSIS
Computer-aided analysis techniques for detecting and investigating fraud cases, issues related to the collective use of digital evidence and the collection of data from electronic devices.
MGMT 51500 FRAUD INVESTIGATION
Types of fraud, documents, sources of evidence, and analysis of internal and external fraud schemes with an emphasis on the skills needed to identify and investigate fraud.
MGMT 51900 ADVANCED FRAUD INVESTIGATION
Completion of a major fraud case investigation with an emphasis on forensic and litigation support aspects, including presentations in a mock court setting.
*MGMT 60000 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Use of accounting and financial information by non-accounting executives in business decisions. Basic concepts underlying the preparation of financial and cost information will be examined. With this knowledge, students will be better qualified to interpret and analyze accounting information as presented in financial statements.
*Course only required for students with non-accounting backgrounds.