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Universities offer many new fraud courses.

Fraud Examination
Courses and Degrees
Offered by Universities
 

An increasing number of universities around the world are now offering courses about fraud examination. This is a good trend. Here's a list of the universities, degrees, courses, course numbers, books and contacts. The list is alphabetical by institution. Online courses are listed in red. Some online courses may be a hybrid of online assignments and in-class lectures. This list was compiled by Larry C. Adams, CPA, CFE, CIA, CISA.

If you know of others that should be listed, please send an e-mail to
fraudwritr@aol.com.

In Arizona, fraud classes are available at:
     - DeVry University, Keller Graduate School of Management
        (Phoenix, Northeast Phoenix, and Mesa)
     - Arizona State University (ASU West in Phoenix)
     - Phoenix College

     - Pima Community College, Tucson, Downtown Campus

If you are seeking self-study or online courses offered by professional associations, see Fraud Courses - Self-study and Online.

Become a Student Associate of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Become a Student Associate of the ACFE


 
Adams State College
Alamosa, Colorado, USA
Carl W. Coolbaugh, Instructor
Courses:
Fraud Examination (BUS 479), Text book: "Occupational Fraud and Abuse" by Joseph Wells

 
Adrian College
Adrian, Michigan, USA
David G. Coy, Professor of Accountancy/Business Administration

 
Alma College
Alma, Michigan, USA
Michael Trebesh, Associate Professor of Business Administration

 
Alvernia College
Reading, Pennsylvania, USA
Mary Ellen Wells, J.D., Assistant Professor of Business
Courses:
Fraud Examination (BUS 205)

 
American Public University
Charles Town, West Virginia, USA
Master of Arts in Security Management with a concentration in Fraud Investigation
Criminal Justice Courses:
Organized Crime (CR524)
White Collar Crime (CR535)
Computer Crime (CR537) Online
Industrial Espionage (CR538)
Fraud Investigation (CR541) Online         Public Services Program

 
American University of Beirut
Riad El-Solh / Beirut, Lebanon
Dani Saad El-Dine, Assistant Director of  Internal Audit and Lecturer - School of Business
Courses:
Fraud Examination and Internal Audit (ACCT 231)
Fraud Examination (ACCT 250B)
Business Ethics (PHIL 206)

 
Arizona State University West
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
School of Management
Courses:
Fraud Accounting (W ACC 51078).

The ASU West School of Management is offering a new fraud examination course during the Fall 2004 semester (W ACC 494 Fraud Accounting, Schedule Line Number 51078). Fraud Accounting is an entry-level survey course designed to introduce the student to the basic concepts of fraud prevention and detection. The course will be taught using a variety of resources including guest speakers, video resources, and in-class assignments. Barbara J. Muller, CPA and Senior Lecturer, is teaching the course. Larry C. Adams, CPA, CFE, CIA, CISA will be a guest speaker on 08/30/2004 and in October. The class meets August 23 through December 13 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm in room 201 of the Sands Building. The textbook is "Fraud Examination" by Dr. W. Steve Albrecht, CFE, CPA (July 2002 edition, $109).  Resident tuition is $621 for the 3 credit hour undergraduate course (45 hours for CPE). ASU West is at 4701 West Thunderbird Road in Phoenix, Arizona. Registration office (602) 543-8203. Online registration.
 

The School of Global Management and Leadership offers a  fraud examination course during the Summer 1st 5-week 2005 semester (W ACC 494 Fraud Accounting, Schedule Line Number 67380).

The Fraud Accounting class will be offered again in the evenings in the Fall 2005 semester, August 22 - December 14. (W ACC 494 Fraud Accounting, Schedule Line Number 33155)

 
Assumption College
Worchester, Massachusetts, USA
Business Studies
Frank Marino, Business Studies Faculty

 
Athens State University
Athens, Alabama, USA
Linda J. Hemingway, Associate Professor of Accounting
Courses:
Advanced Auditing and Fraud Examination (AC 442)

 
Augustana College
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA
Dr. Anne Oppegard, Department Chair, Business Administration

 
Austin Community College
Austin, Texas, USA
Larry Vinyard, Adjunct Accounting Instructor
Courses:
Special Topics - Business Fraud (ACNT 1391) Fraud Examination

 
Baldwin-Wallace College
Derea, Ohio, USA
Linda Chase, Assistant Professor of Business Adminstration
Courses:
Principles of Fraud Examination (BUS 462 SO1)

 
Baylor University
Waco, Texas, USA
Hankamer School of Business
Accounting and Business Law
C. William Thomas, Professor of Accounting
Courses:
Ethics and Professionalism (ACC 4502)
Seminar in Auditing (Accounting 5330)

 
Bellarmine University
Louisville, Kentucky, USA
W. Fielding Rubel School of Business
Richard W. Schrader, Assistant Professor of Accounting

 
Bemidji State University
Bemidji, Minnesota, USA
College of Professional Studies
George F. Gardner, CFE, Professor of Accounting

 
Bentley College
Waltham, Massachusetts, USA
McCallum Graduate School of Business
Martha Howe, Program Director, Accountancy and Accounting Information Systems
Courses:
Fraud Examination (AC 332)

 
Binghamton University New
State University of New York
Binghamton, New York, USA
Courses:
Forensic Accounting and Financial Fraud

 
Bloomsburg University
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, USA
College of Business
Michael Blue, Associate Professor
Mike Shapeero, Associate Professor
Degrees:
Fraud Examination concentration offered by the Accounting Department
Courses:
Fraud Examination
Advanced Fraud Examination
Computer Forensics and Fraud Examination
White Collar Crime

 
Blue Mountain Community College
Pendleton, Oregon, USA
Scott Wallace, Business Technologies

 
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio, USA
College of Business Administration
Accounting and Management Information Systems
Dr. Alan T. Lord, Professor

 
Bradley University
Peoria, Illinois, USA
Foster College of Business Administration
Simon P. Petravick, Associate Professor, Accounting
Courses:
Introduction to Fraud Examination (ATG 226)
Auditing (ATG 457)

 
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah, USA
Marriott School of Management
School of Accounting and Information Systems
Steve Albrecht, CFE, Associate Dean
Mark Zimbelman, Assistant Professor
Courses:
Fraud Audit (635)
Advanced Topics in Accounting: Forensic Accounting (692R)

 
Brookhaven College
Farmers Branch, Texas, USA
Corporate and Continuing Edication
Angela Jones, Workforce Development Specialist

 
California State University, Chico
Chico, California, USA
College of Business
Dr. Tim Kizirian, Associate Professor
Auditing (ACCT 221)

 
California State University, Sacramento
Sacramento, California, USA
www.csus.edu
Dr. John Corliss
Accounting 132
Accounting 132 has more in-depth coverage of fraud, including study of Statement of Auditing Standards (SAS #99) titled “Consideration of Fraud in a Financial Statement Audit.” Accounting 132 will also stress the role internal control can play in preventing and detecting fraud. The course will also introduce students to two of the leading audit software packages (ACL and IDEA).

 
Capital University Law School
Columbus, Ohio, USA
Courses:
Tax Fraud (874)

 
Carlow University     New
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
School of Management
Degrees:
Bachelor of Science in Forensic Accounting
Courses:
Criminology and Ethics (ACF 331)
The Law and Fraud (ACF 332)
Fraud Investigation Techniques (ACF 333)
Fraud Examination  (ACF 440)

 
Champlain College
Burlington, Vermont, USA
Courses:
Forensic Accounting

 
Charles Sturt University
Goulburn Campus, New South Wales, Australia
Centre for Investigative Studies and Crime Prevention
Tracey Green, Associate Professor, Course Coordinator
Degrees:
Graduate Certificate in Fraud
Graduate Diploma in Fraud Investigation

Courses:
Investigative Interviewing (JST313)
Computers & Crime (JST408)
Investigative Processes (JST409)
Investigation Management 1 (JST410)
Investigation Management 2 (JST411)
Fraud Prevention (JST412)
Risk Management and Investigation (JST413)
Ethics and Professional Practice in Fraud Investigation (JST422)
Fraud Investigation (JST423)
Crime, Analysis & Investigation (JST426)
Intelligence Based Investigation (JST427)
Asset Tracing (JST473)
Investigating Computer Crime (JST4__)
Forensic Accounting (ACC593)
Advanced Forensic Accounting (ACC594)

Bathurst Campus, New South Wales, Australia
Commercial Crime (special)

 

Chinese University of Hong Kong
Central Learning Center, Hong Kong
School of Continuing Studies
Degrees:
Professional Diploma Programme in Fraud Examination
Courses:
Fraudulent Financial Transactions
Legal Elements of Fraud
Fraud Investigation
Criminology and Ethics
Internal Control and Audit Skills


 
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York, USA
Courses:
Financial Fraud, Abuse and Compliance in Healthcare (PAM 579)
Textbooks: "Managing Healthcare Compliance" By Scott C. Withrow and "Occupational  Fraud" by Joseph Wells
Internal Control in Hospitality Operations (HADM 421)

 
Cranfield University
Shrivenham, Swindon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Royal Military College of Science
Department of Information Systems
Courses:
Forensic Computing Foundation for Commercial Users (DOIS9)

 
Davenport University
Various locations in Michigan and northern Indiana, USA
Degrees:
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Forensic Accounting
Courses:
Forensic Accounting (ACCT780)
Asset Recovery / Legal Environment (ACCT781)
Conducting Accounting Fraud Exams (ACCT782)
Forensic Accounting Data Analysis (ACCT783)

 
Drexel University   New
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
College of Law
Health Care Law Concentration
Courses:
Regulating Health Care Fraud
Health Care Access and Payment
Health Care Transactions
Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Marketing and Compliance
Conflicts in the Doctor-Patient Relationship

 
DeVry University
DeVry University has campuses in 23 states of the USA plus Alberta, Canada.

Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University
Keller offers a Master of Accounting and Financial Management (MAFM) degree with a Certified Fraud Examination (CFE) emphasis. Some courses are online. Some are blended courses with classes on campus plus online activities. You can download the Keller Graduate Course Catalog at
http://www.devry.edu/keller/catalog/Keller_Catalog_0506.pdf (100 pages)

Courses:
Auditing: An Operational and Internal Perspective Including Fraud Examination (AC562)
Accounting Fraud Examination Concepts (AC572) 8 weeks, one night each week in an class on campus plus online assignments. Larry Adams is the instructor for AC572 at the Keller Phoenix Center
Accounting Fraud Criminology and Ethics (AC573)
Forensic Accounting and the Legal Environment (AC574)
E-Business Security (SE573) (Business program)
Information Security Law (SE575) (Computer Science program)
Forensic and Business Investigation Techniques (SE584) (Business program)

The Keller Graduate School of Management has three campuses in Arizona:
     Phoenix Center, 2149 West Dunlap Avenue, phone 602 870-0117
     Northeast Phoenix Center, 6969 East Mayo Boulevard, phone 480 657-3223
     Mesa Center, 1201 South Alma School Road, phone 480 827-1511

September/October 2006 Session Schedule for MAFM-CFE Courses in Arizona
Phoenix Center:
     Intermediate Accounting III (AC557)
     Forensic Accounting: Ethics and the Legal Environment (AC574),
          Instructor - Joyce Barden

Northeast Phoenix Center:
     Intermediate Accounting I (AC550)
     Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting Issues (AC559)
Mesa Center:
     Federal Taxes and Management Decisions (AC533)

November/December 2006 Session Schedule for MAFM-CFE Courses in Arizona
New
Phoenix Center:
     Accounting Fraud Criminology and Ethics (AC573), Instructor - Larry Adams
     External Auditing (AC555)
Northeast Phoenix Center:
     Intermediate Accounting II (AC551)
     Accounting Fraud Examination Concepts (AC572)
Mesa Center:
     Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting Concepts (AC559)

 
East Carolina University
Greenville, North Carolina, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (Acct 3101)

 
Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, Florida, USA
Degrees:
Masters of Accounting in Forensic Accounting
Courses:
Accounting Fraud Examination Concepts (ACG 6686)
Accounting Fraud Examination Conduct and Procedures (ACG 6687)
Forensic Accounting and the Legal Environment (ACG 6688)
Forensic Accounting, Tax Investigations and Fraud (ACG 6935)

 
Florida International University
Miami, Florida, USA
College of Business Administration
Center for Accounting, Auditing, and Tax Studies (CAATS)
Degrees:
Diploma in Fraud Examination
Courses:
Auditing (ACG4651)
Fraud Examination (ACG 6688), Text books: "Fraud Examination for Managers and Auditors" by Jack Robertson and "Fraud Examination" by Steve Albrecht
Financial Markets and Institutions (FIN 4303) (FIN 6246)

 
Florida Institute of Technology
Melbourne, Florida, USA
Courses:
Advanced Audit Theory and Application: Fraud Examination

 
Gainesville College
Gainesville, Georgia, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACCT 3380)

 
George Washington University
Washington, D.C., USA
Classes in Arlington Graduate Center, Arlington, Virginia
Eva Vincze, Ph.D., Program Director
Degrees:
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice, Computer Fraud Investigations
Courses:
Forensic Accounting (FORS 232)
Conspiracy (FORS 235)
Industrial Espionage, Computer Crime, and Cyberterrorism (FORS 249)

Interdisciplinary Aspects of Forensic Science (Investigations) (FORS 250)
Computer Forensics I — Investigation and Evidence Gathering (FORS 262)
Computer Forensics II — Evidence Analysis (FORS 263)
Computer Forensics III — Advanced Techniques (FORS 264)

 
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, Georgia, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACCT 7131)

 
Graceland University
Lamoni, Iowa, USA
Courses:
Forensic Accounting (ACCT 3390)

 
Hilbert College
Hamburg, New York, USA
Sandra Augustine, CPA, CFE, Chairperson Economic Crime Investigation Department
Degrees:
Bachelor of Science in Economic Crime Investigation Concentrations in computer security or financial investigations
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACC 430)
Forensic Accounting and Auditing (ACC 430)
Financial Investigations (BUS 313 - 1) (CJ 313)
Financial Investigations (BUS 313 - 2)
Financial Investigations (BUS 313 - 3)
Intelligence Research Methods (ECI 340 - 1)
Intelligence Research Methods (ECI 340 - 2)
Law of Economic Crime (ECI 350)
Computer Crime and Forensics (ECI 355) (MIS 350)

 
Hondros College
California, Kentucky, Ohio, Wisconsin, USA

Ohio Fraud in Insurance ( 3 Class Hours)

 
Illinois Wesleyan University  New
Bloomington, Illinois, USA
Courses:
Accounting Fraud

 
Indiana University Southeast
New Albany, Indiana, USA
Kelley School of Business
Courses:
Fraud Detection and Analysis (Business Valuation Certificate Program)
Fraud Issues in Business (B514)
Fraud Issues and Employment Law for Managers (E593)
Introduction to Research Ethics (G504) (Biotechnology Certificate Training Program)

 
Indiana Wesleyan University
Marion, Indiana, USA
College of Adult and Professional Studies
Courses:
Fraud Examination (BUS 315)

 
Jamestown College
Jamestown, North Dakota, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (Acct 465)

 
Keller Graduate School of Management (see DeVry University)

 
Kwantlen University College
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Courses:
Introduction to Fraud Examination (FNSR 3111)

 
La Trobe University
City Campus, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Law and Management Department
Degrees:
Graduate Certificate in Fraud Investigation.
Credit towards a Master of Business Administration degree.
Courses:
Fraud Investigation Course
Fraud Investigation Course (Intensive Course)
Fraud Investigation (LST51FRI)
Fraud Prevention and Detection (LST52FPD)
Fraud Investigation (LST52FRI)

 
Long Island University
Brookville, New York, USA
C.W. Post Campus
College of Management, School of Public Service
Degrees:
Master of Science in Criminal Justice, specializing in Fraud Examination
Introduction to Fraud Examination (CRJ 801)
Methods of Fraud Examination (CRJ 802)
Auditing Principles in Fraud Examination (CRJ 803)
Professional Accounting Standard in Fraud Examination (CRJ 804)
Fraud Examination and the Law (CRJ 805)
Ethics in Fraud Examination (CRJ 806)

 
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA
Annual Fraud and Forensic Accounting Conference, July 17 and 18, 2006
Center for Internal Auditing
Courses:
Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting (ACCT4235). Textbook, "Fraud Examination" by W. Steve Albrecht. Online course.
Professor Donald 'Larry' Crumbley, CPA, CFD, Cr.FA

Journal of Forensic Accounting: Auditing, Fraud, Risk (JFA)

 
Mansfield University of Pennsylvania New
Mansfield, Pennsylvania, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (AC-3370 190) Online
Auditing (ACC 4400)

 
McClellan Community College
Waco, Texas, USA

Forensic Accounting and Financial Fraud  (2 CEUs) (Self Study)

 
Melbourne University Private
Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia
Tobias Ruighaver, Course Coordinator
Melbourne Center for Criminal Research and Evaluation
Degrees:
Graduate Certificate in e-Crime Investigation
Graduate Certificate in Art Authentication
Courses:
Electronic Crime Fundamentals (SE5011)
Electronic Crime and the Internet (SE5012)
Security and Risk Assessment (SE5013)
Computer Forensics (SE5014)
History and Theory of Art Authentication
Introduction to Art Authentication Techniques
Art Authentication Investigative Project
Issues in Art Fraud

Other courses:
IAFCI Seminars - Financial Crimes
International Association of Financial Crime Investigators, Australian Southern Region Chapter
Crime Mapping and Analysis Seminar

 
Meyers University
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (AC440)

 
Millsaps College
Jackson, Mississippi, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACCT 699)

 
Mississippi College
Clinton, Mississippi, USA
School of Business
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACC 6503)

 
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA
College of Business Administration and Economics
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACCT 490), Text book: "Fraud Examination" by Albrecht and Albrecht

 
New York Institute of Technology
Old Westbury, New York, USA
Ellis College
Courses:
Advanced Assurance Topics (EIMA 621), Text book: "Fraud Examination" by Steve Albrecht

 
North Dakota State University
Fargo, North Dakota, USA
Distance and Continuing Learning
Degrees:
Fraud Investigation Minor, more information
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACC 410/610)
Advanced Fraud Examination (ACC 499)

 
Northeastern University
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Courses:
Accounting & Corporate Fraud (ACC4328)
Fraud Detection and Prevention (ACC G212)
Audit and Other Assurance Services (ACC G233)
Fraud: The Dark Side of Business (ACC U602)
Occupational Fraud & Abuse (CBA G221)

 
Northwestern University  New
Chicago, Illinois, USA
School of Continuing Studies
Investigation & Prevention of Commercial Fraud, Certificate Program
Courses:
Introduction to Commercial Crime (NC_FRAUD 403-0)
Commercial Fraud Prevention (NC_FRAUD 404-0)
Interviewing and Interrogation (NC_FRAUD 405-0)
Criminology and the Legal Elements of Commercial Crime (NC_FRAUD 406-0)
Electronic Data Investigations (NC_FRAUD 407-0)
Fraud Examination Techniques (NC_FRAUD 408-0)
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) Exam Review Program (NC_CFE 409-0)

 
Nottingham Trent University   New
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Master of Science/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate - Fraud Risk Management   (Distance Learning) 
Courses:
White-Collar Crime and Fraud Risk Management
Law Relating to Fraud
Organisational Analysis and Human Resourcing
Fraud Risk Management and Investigative Techniques
The Law Relating to Evidence and the Investigation Of Fraud
Information, Network and Internet Security
Research and Analytical Methods in Fraud Risk Management

 
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio, USA
Fisher College of Business
Courses:
Fraud Examination (AMIS 894L)

 
Oklahoma Baptist University
Shawnee, Oklahoma, USA
Paul Dickinson School of Business
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACCT 460)

 
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
College of Business and Public Administration
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACCT 625)

 
Otterbein College
Westerville, Ohio, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (BADM 691)

 
Pacific University
Forest Grove, Oregon, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (BA 318)

 
Phoenix College
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Administration of Justice Studies
Rick Wilson, Program Director
Courses:
White Collar Crimes (AJS290BL)
The mini-course covers business-related criminal activities including computer fraud, pyramid schemes, false and misleading advertising, and security schemes. It identifies techniques of racketeering, loan sharking, and black markets. Mark E. Feddern, CPA, CFE is the instructor. Mark is a business consultant at iFour, inc. in Scottsdale. Mark also has experience working with the FBI, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Department, and the Phoenix Police Reserves.  Full course outline. Administration of Justice Department. Subject code AJS290BL. Section 0220. Earns 1 credit hour for college or 15 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE).  Phoenix College is located at 1202 West Thomas Road. Register online at www.phoenixcollege.edu or phone (602) 285-7777.

 
Pima Community College New
Downtown Campus
Tucson, Arizona, USA
Courses:
Principles of Fraud Examiunation (ACC298T1)
Janet Farler, Instructor
In today’s world of corporate accounting scandals, fraud examination is becoming one of the fastest growing career fields.  The FBI, IRS, financial institutions, US Postal Service, accounting firms and law enforcement all have positions for Fraud Examiners. Principles of Fraud Examination gives an overview of the field and explains examination methodology and prevalent fraud schemes. It also prepares students to take the Certified Fraud Examination. This class is recommended for accounting majors as well as any business majors hoping to become entrepreneurs, CEOs or managers.  This class would also be very useful for finance majors, as well as any one interested in the Criminal Justice System. 

 
Pittsburg State University
Pittsburg, Kansas, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (Accounting 625)

 
Roosevelt University
Schaumburg, Illinois, USA
Schaumburg Campus
Walter E. Heller College of Business Administration
School of Accounting
Deborah Pavelka, Director
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACCT 471-30)

 
St. Ambrose University
Davenport, Iowa, USA
Insurance Education
Carol Jensen, ABD
Victimized by Identity Theft & Fraud (#C52627) (6 credit hours)

 
Saint Xavier University
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Chicago Campus
Graham School of Management
Master of Business Administration degree with concentration in Financial Fraud Examination and Management
Director, William J. Kresse, MS, JD, CPA, CFE, CrFA
Courses:
Identity Theft and Computer-Related Fraud (BUSGR 513)
Financial Statement Fraud (BUSGR 514)
Fraud Examination (BUSGR 515)
Ethical Issues in Financial Fraud Examination and Management (BUSGR 516)

 
Sam Houston State University
Huntsville, Texas, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACC461)


 
Southwest Missouri State University
Springfield, Missouri, USA
Courses:
Special Topics in Accounting - Fraud Examination (ACC 697), Text book: "Fraud Examination" by Albrecht and Albrecht

 
Southwestern Community College
Sylva, North Carolina, USA
Courses:
Selected Topics: Forensic Accounting (ACC 193)

 
St. John's University
New York, New York, USA
School of Law
Courses:
Bankruptcy Ethics, Fraud, and Malpractice
Federal Securities Regulation

 
St. Philip's College
San Antonio, Texas, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination

 
Suffolk University Law School
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Courses:
Healthcare Fraud and Abuse

 
SUNY Canton 
State University of New York
Canton, New York, USA
School of Business and Public Service
Criminal Justice
Steven V. Gilbert, Chair of Criminal Investigation Department
Courses:
Financial Compliance and Regulation (JUST325)
Questioned Documents (JUST330)

 
Texas State University
San Marcos, Texas, USA
Course:
Identifying and Preventing Fraud in the Medicaid Program
The Fraud/T.I.L.E. course is intended for Long Term Care (LTC) nurses.
Texas Index of Level of Effort (T.I.L.E.)

 
Thomas College
Waterville, Maine, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (AC 241)

 
Tunxis Community College
Farmington, Connecticut, USA
Courses:
Special Topics: Forensic Accounting - Fraud Examination

 
University College of the Caribbean
Jamaica, West Indies
College of Business Administration
Courses:
Fraud Examination

 
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
School of Law
Courses:
Business Crimes (LAW 613)
Business Fraud Seminar: Torts and Crimes (LAW 784)

 
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, Alabama, USA
School of Business
Instructors: Dr. Tommie W. Singleton and Dr. Richard A. Turpen
Courses:
Forensic Accounting and Information Tech (AC 472 and IS 472)
Fraud Examination (AC 473 and IS 473)

 
University of Bradford
Bradford, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Degrees:
Master of Science in Forensic Computing
Courses:
Hi-Tech Crimes

 
University of California at Irvine
Irvine, California, USA
School of Social Ecology
Courses:
White Collar Crime (C142)
White Collar and Corporate Crime (C238)
Enron Course
Healthcare Fraud (SE 22372)

 
University of Canberra
Canberra, Australia
Courses:
Fraud Examination (005990)

 
University of Central Florida
Orlando, Florida, USA
Courses:
Seminar in Fraud Auditing (ACG 6685)

 
University of Central Oklahoma
Edmond, Oklahoma, USA
Courses:
Fraud Auditing (ACCT 4383)

 
University of Houston
Houston, Texas, USA
Law Center
Courses:
Tax Fraud and Money Laundering, Text book: "Tax Crimes" by Jack Townsend
C. T. Bauer College of Business
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACCT 4397)

 
University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACTG 594) (ACTG 573)

 
University of Manitoba
Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada
Continuing Education
Management, Professional, and Community Programs
Courses:
Fraud Examination: Embezzlement - Skimming - Money Laundering - Corruption - Bribery
Fraud Examination, Part 1 (98225)
Fraud Examination, Part 2 (98226)

 
University of New Mexico   New
Main Campus
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Robert O. Anderson Schools of Management (ASM)
Contact: Dr. Richard G. Brody, CFE, CPA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (MGMT 594B) - Special Topics in Management
Law for Accountants (559)
Forensic Accounting (641)

 
University of New Orleans
New Orleans and Slidell, Louisiana, USA
College of Business Administration
Courses:
Fraud Examination (Accounting 6169)

 
University of New South Wales
Sydney, Australia
School of Law
Courses:
Commercial Fraud (LAWS 9994)
Corporate Fraud and Crime (LEGT7812)
Corporate Fraud and Crime (LEGT5575)

Other courses:
Data Mining Workshop

 
University of North Carolina at Charlotte  (UNNC) New
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Belk College of Business
Contact: Dr. Robert E. Guinn, CPA
Courses:
Current Developments in Accounting: Fraud Examination (ACCT 3900)

Office of Continuing Education
Contact: Ray Hutton, CA, CFI, CFE, CAMS
Courses:
Take both courses and receive a Forensic Accounting Certificate from UNNC
Forensic Accounting: Principles of Fraud Examination
Forensic Accounting: Fraud Prevention and Detection

 
University of Portsmouth
Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Institute of Criminal Justice Studies
Counter Fraud Professional Accreditation Board (CFPAB)
Degrees:
Bachelor of Science in Counter Fraud and Criminal Justice Studies
Courses:
Public Sector Fraud
The Fraud Problem
Anti-Fraud Strategies

 
University of South Florida
St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
College of Business
Degrees:
Master of Business Administration with Forensic Accounting concentration
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACG 6936)
Forensic Accounting (ACG 6936)
Internal Auditing and Investigations (ACG 6936)
IT Auditing and Investigations (ACG 6936)
Contemporary Issues in Forensic Accounting (ACG 6936)

 
University of Teesside
Middlesbrough, Tees Valley, United Kingdom
Business, Management, and Human Resources
Degrees:
Bachelor of Science in Investigative Studies
Certificate of Fraud Management
Diploma of Fraud Management
Masters Award of Fraud Management
Master of Science in Criminal Investigation

 
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas, USA
McCombs School of Business
Courses:
Studies in Auditing: Fraud Examination (383K.4) Textbook, Fraud Examination for Managers and Auditors by Jack C. Robertson
Conference on Corporate Governance and Control Fraud
Governance and Ethics in Non-Profit Sector (PA882A)
Occupational Fraud and Abuse

 
University of Texas at San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas, USA
Courses:
Forensic Accounting (4323)
Police and National Security Intelligence (4433)
White Collar Crime (4653)
Cyber Forensics (4483)

 
University of Tulsa
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Seminars:
Fraud: Defining the Battleground - The Fleecing of Business
Cyber Corps Symposium 2004

 
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (BUS 407)

 
University of Wisconsin - River Falls
River Falls, Wisconsin, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination

 
University of Wisconsin - Superior
Superior, Wisconsin, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACT 465)

 
University of Wollongong
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Sydney Business School
Degrees:
Master of Forensic Accounting
Courses:
Fraud and Failure (ACCY 952)
Forensic and Litigation Framework (ACCY951)

Research Project A (ACCY 958) Independent research in a specialised area within broad topic of Fraud in a Global Economic Environment. Identifying transnational corporate fraud and the forensic analysis of transnational corporations are areas within that broad topic.
Research Project B (ACCY 959) Independent research in a specialised area within the broad topic of Globalisation and Financial Fraud. Money Laundering, Underground Banking, Tax Havens, Fiscal Termites and Financial Terrorists are areas within that broad topic.
Transnational Corporate Crime (LEGL920)
Crime and Transnational Financial Transactions (LEGL921)
Crime and Information Technology Regulation (LEGL923)
Transnational Organised Crime (LEGL940)

 
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACCT 5065-1)

 
Utica College
Utica, New York, USA
www.utica.edu/
Degrees:
Economic Crime Degrees
Bachelor of Science Degree in Economic Crime Management (Online) (Computer Security or Financial Investigations concentration)
Master of Science in Economic Crime Management (Online)
George E. Curtis, J.D., Director of Economic Crime Graduate Programs
Utica College offers a Master of Science degree program in Economic Crime Management - the only graduate level program of its kind in the United States. The self-paced study program was developed in cooperation with the Economic Crime Investigation Institute (ECII).
Master of Business Administration in Fraud Management (Online)
Courses:
Forensic Accounting and Fraud Auditing (AC 406) (ACC406)
Economic Crime Investigation (CJ 334) (CRJ 334Z) (CRJ 334)
Cybercrime and Law Investigations (CJ 335) (CRJ 335)
Law of Economic Crime (CJ 343)
Computer Forensics (CJ 435) (CRJ 435)
Senior Seminar in Economic Crime (CJ 461)
Corruption and Organized Crime (CRJ 313)
Fraud Prevention and Detection Technologies (CRJ 347)
Cybercrime Investigations and Forensics I (CRJ 355)
Cybercrime Investigations and Forensics II (CRJ 356)
Cybercrime Investigations and Forensics III (CRJ 455)
Information System Attacks, Threats, and Defenses (CRJ 362)
Economic Crime Management Proseminar (ECM 601)
Advanced Economic Crime (ECM 621)
Legal Concepts of Criminal Fraud and Corporate Criminal Liability (ECM 622Z) (ECM 622)
Fraud Management and Technology (ECM 631)
Research and Analytical Methods in Fraud Management (ECM 641Z) (ECM 641)
Advanced Fraud Analysis (ECM 642)
Management of Fraud Detection and Prevention (EFM 601)
Seminar in Fraud Management (EFM 602)
Management for Fraud Detection and Prevention (EFM 603) (ECM603)
Seminar in Fraud Management (EFM 604) (ECM 604)
Legal and Investigative Issues for Fraud Management (EFM 535) (ECM 535)
Advanced Fraud Investigation and Analysis (EFM 621) (ECM 623)
Seminar in Assurance and Forensic Accounting (EFM 604)

 
Villa Julie College New
www.vjc.edu
Stevenson, Maryland, USA
Phone (410) 486-7001
Jessica Kozera, Director, Transfer and Graduate Admissions
Degrees: Master in Forensic Studies Accounting track, Information Technology track, and Legal track
On-site and online courses are offered
Courses:
Criminal Justice (FSCOR 601)
Criminology (FSCOR 602)
Evidence (FSCOR 604)
Mock Trial Experience Capstone (FSCOR 701)
Forensic Information Technology (FSAAC 620)
Fraud: Accounting (FSAAC 624)
Investigation and Analysis: Auditing (FSAAC 626)
White Collar Crime (FSLAW 668)
Fraud Investigation and Analysis (FSLAW 662)
White Collar Crime (FSLAW 668)

 
Washburn University
School of Business
Topeka, Kansas, USA
Courses:
Fraud Examination (AC 428)
Novella Clevenger, CPA, CFE, JD, CGFM, Associate Professor of Taxation

 
Western Illinois University
Macomb, Illinois, USA
College of Business and Technology
Courses:
Fraud Examination (ACT 457), Text book: "Fraud Examination" by Steve Albrecht

 
Western Virginia University
Morgantown, West Virginia, USA
Degrees:
Graduate Certificate in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation
Courses:
Information Technology Auditing (ACCT 521)
Fraud Detection and Deterrence (ACCT 556)
Fraud Investigation (ACCT 581)
Fraud Data Analysis (ACCT 582)
Fraud: Criminology/Legal Issues (ACCT 583)
Advanced Fraud Investigation (ACCT 584)

 
Wichita State University
Wichita, Kansas, USA
School of Community Affairs, Criminal Justice Program
Courses:
Fraud Examination (CJ381C)
Fraud Examination (CJ383C)

 
William Howard Taft University
Santa Ana, California, USA
Courses:
Tax Fraud and Evasion (Tax 711)

 
York College of the City University of New York
Jamaica, New York, USA
Mary-Jo Kranacher, CFE, CPA, Assistant Professor of Accounting
Courses:
Fraud Examination (Accounting 338)

 

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