Bachelor of Science in Forensic Accounting


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Course Overview

Forensic accounting degree and certificate programs are steadily increasing due to a change in finance and business laws and regulations, as well as a growing awareness of financial crimes. Bachelor’s degrees and graduate certificate programs are available to prepare individuals for a forensic accounting career in the private and government sectors. Students can pursue a specialized bachelor’s degree in forensic accounting or a more generalized business bachelor’s degree in accounting. Both types of programs cover general accounting principles, auditing and business ethics, although students in a business administration program take general business courses in economics, management and statistics. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
FAC 101 Microeconomic 5
FAC 102 Expository Writing 5
FAC 103 Literature and Composition 5
FAC 104 World History to 1500 5
FAC 105 Modern World History 5
FAC 106 Pre-calculus 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
FAC 111 Calculus I 5
FAC 112 Introduction to Sociology 5
FAC 113 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 5
FAC 114 College Accounting I 5
FAC 115 College Accounting II 5
FAC 116 Computerized Accounting 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
FAC 201 Personal Income Tax 5
FAC 202 Introduction to Criminal Justice 5
FAC 203 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 5
FAC 204 Intermediate Accounting I 5
FAC 205 Introduction to Business 5
FAC 206 Business Law I 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
FAC 211 Law and Social Change 5
FAC 212 Criminal Law 5
FAC 213 Forensic Accounting I 5
FAC 214 Forensic Accounting II 5
FAC 215 Auditing 5
FAC 216 Seminar in Forensic Financial Analysis 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Fifth Semester Courses Credit
FAC 301 Macroeconomics 5
FAC 302 Microeconomics 5
FAC 303 Law and Evidence 5
FAC 304 Knowing, Being and Doing 5
FAC 305 Economics of Regulation and the Law 5
FAC 306 Economics of Finance 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Sixth Semester Courses Credit
FAC 311 Quantitative Methods for Decision Makers 5
FAC 312 Corporate and White-Collar Crime 5
FAC 313 Constitutional Law 5
FAC 314 Liberal Arts Electives 5
FAC 315 Bachelor Thesis 10
TOTAL CREDITS 30

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates of forensic accounting programs can work as auditors, financial analysts, forensic accounting specialists or accountants. They can apply for jobs at corporations, hospitals or schools. They can also assist law enforcement with criminal cases involving fraud. Career titles include:

  • Accountant
  • Auditor
  • Forensic accounting specialist
  • Financial analyst

 

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