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FAFE Certificate

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination

The widespread growth in white-collar crime, litigation disputes, the illegal international movement of money and terrorism financing have greatly raised the demand for forensic accountants, fraud examiners and for professionals who possess those skills.

Hallmarks of our program include exposure to practicing professionals and experiential learning. Throughout the program, students have extensive exposure to world class practicing experts, in addition to our superior full-time faculty. The real-world expertise brought to the classroom in the areas of complex fraud and financial crime examination (e.g., organized criminal, drug trafficking, money laundering and terrorism financing), interviewing, international issues (e.g., moving money around the world, money laundering, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), dispute services and courtroom preparation yield professionals with the skills to be successful in various financial and legal careers.

Certificate Code - CG31

A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
ACCT 581 Fraud Investigation 3
ACCT 582 Fraud Data Analysis 3
ACCT 583 Fraud: Criminology/Legal Issues 3
ACCT 584 Advanced Fraud Investigation 3
Total Hours 12
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The program also requires students to attend two virtual residencies.

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