Fraud Examination Certificate Program
The Fraud Examination Certificate Program provides students with the opportunity to explore the areas of fraud detection, analysis and prevention. The requirements address internal controls for detecting and deterring fraud and encourage financial statement auditors to be more aggressive in searching for fraud. This certificate program addresses fraud awareness, as well as knowledge and skills related to fraud and forensic accounting.
This 12-credit program is perfect for working professionals, such as law enforcement officers, lawyers and accounting professionals who are interested in developing an expertise in fraud examination.
Fraud Examination Curriculum
- ACCT/CSCI 534 Digital Forensics and E-Discovery... 3 units
- ACCT 631 Fraud Examination... 3 units
- ACCT 638 Fraud and Litigation Advisory Services... 3 units
- ACCT 675 Law for Accountants... 3 units
TOTAL: 12 units
Fraud Examination Curriculum (PDF)
Gregory Krippel, Ph.D.
Professor of Accounting
Chair, D. Wyatt Henderson Department of Accounting