Forensics Major

Get detailed knowledge about fraud, fraud prevention and fraud detection while also building a foundation in accounting theory and other areas of business. You’ll focus on the design of effective internal control systems, monitoring compliance with those systems and gathering and documentation of forensic evidence when fraud has occurred or is suspected. You’ll also learn many of the requirements, monitoring and reporting provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and be ready to take the first step for exams for certified fraud examiner or certified financial forensics.

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101
Student Success Seminar
ENG124
College Composition
BUS124
Business Analysis with Algebra
BUS221
Microeconomics
COM121
Effective Speaking
CFS136
Principles of Information Security
ACC132
Financial Accounting
ACC235
Forensic Accounting
AOT226
Spreadsheet Microsoft Excel
ACC130
Business Law & Ethics
NET120
PC Upgrading and Maintenance
ACC221
Intermediate Accounting I
ACC133
Managerial Accounting
ACC228
Business Taxation
MTH124
Statistics
ACC237
Fraud Examination
ACC223
Cost Accounting
ACC238
Financial Statement Analysis
CFS137
Computer Crime and Investigation
Arts & Humanities Elective

TOTAL CREDITS 64

Associate of applied business in accounting

Franklin University
Walsh University

Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs; www.acbsp.org

  • health care
  • industry
  • government
  • not-for-profit
  • banking
  • auditor (internal)
  • staff accountant
  • accounts payable analyst
  • accounts receivable analyst
  • compliance analyst
  • Institute of Management Accountants Scholarships
  • Daniel Schonhoft and Thomas Presper Accounting Technology Annual Scholarship

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Institute of Management Accountants student chapter
Enactus (Entrepreneurial Action Us club)