The forensic accounting program (15 credits, 5 courses, offered jointly between the College of Business and the Homeland Security program) teaches students how to understand money trails, conduct fraud investigations, and how illegal operations and organizations can hide their fiscal assets from the law in order to conduct illegal operations. Many federal agencies and organizations seek certified fraud examiners. As such, the forensic accounting program is specifically designed around all the required content areas of the certified fraud examiner (CFE) certification examination. Upon graduation with one’s undergraduate degree, and the forensic accounting program, students will be completely prepared for and eligible to sit for the CFE exam.
|BA 210||Financial Accounting||3|
|BA 225||Business Law||3|
|BA 351||Auditing Principles and Procedures||3|
|BA 343||Fraud Detection||3|
|HS 321||Introduction to Fraud Investigation||3|