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Forensic accounting students raid WVU Crime Scene Complex

If there was a TV show at the College of Business and Economics, it would be called “CSI-F.” That would stand for CSI Financial, part of the accounting program that demonstrates a different version of CSI than most people are familiar with.

Instead of looking for blood splatter and missing persons, forensic accountants dig through crime scenes for hard drives, hard copy documents and any other data in order to crack a case.

Joe Seiaman: The B&E encyclopedia

Joe Seiaman

One conversation with Joe Seiaman, assistant dean and director of the  Office of Undergraduate Programs and Advising at the College of Business and Economics, can change a person’s entire outlook of what it means to be an advisor at  West Virginia University.