Curriculum - Forensic Accounting, M.S.

The focus of the program is to provide an in-depth exposure to many technical areas of forensic accounting and fraud examination in order to meet the needs of the profession.

To qualify for graduation, students must complete the following requirements totaling 30 credits.  The culminating experience is a supervised research project in a capstone course: BU7591 Forensic & Accounting Research.

Course Name

Credits

Foundation Core

 

BU7555 Accounting Information Systems

3

BU7556 Advanced Auditing and Assurance Services

3

BU7560 Fraud Examination

3

Professional Core

 

BU 7562 Business Valuation for Forensic Accountants

3

BU 7563 Fraudulent Financial Reporting

3

BU7565 Forensic Interviewing, Fraud and the Law

3

BU7566 Criminology/White-Collar Crime

3

BU7567 Computer Forensics

3

BU7591 Forensic & Accounting Research (capstone course)

3

Electives (Choose 1)

 

BU7651 Case Studies in Fraud Examination

3

BU7564 Special Topics in Fraud Examination

3

BU7568 Forensic Document Examination

3

BU7576 Specialized Topics: Tax Fraud

3

Total Credits Required

30