Fraud and Business Forensics Concentration

A concentration in Fraud and Business Forensics consists of four courses that can be completed as part of the undergraduate Accounting or Computer Information Systems program. The concentration prepares students for a career in the field of fraud investigation and forensics by providing skills and tools to both prevent fraud from occurring and discovering fraud after it has occurred.

Required Courses 
ACC 325 Fraud Examination and Business Forensics 3
BUS 425 Evidence Management and Presentation 3
ACC 450

ACC 321
Business Forensic Applications
Internal Auditing
Accounting Track
Choose one of the following
ACC 320 Accounting Information Systems 3
ACC 400 Principles of Auditing and Corporate Governance 3
Computer Information Systems Track
CIS 370 Systems Analysis and Design Project 3

Students must achieve a minimum 2.5 GPA in the coursework required for the concentration, with no grade lower than a “C” in any course in the concentration.

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