Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting

Curriculum

Course
Required/Elective
Credit Hrs.
MSF 701 Fraud Examination: Detection & Deterrence Required 3 credits
MSF 702 Financial Statement Fraud & Risk Assessment Required 3 credits
MSF 703 Legal and Regulatory
Environment of Forensic Accounting
Required 3 credits
MSF 704 Computer Forensics Required 3 credits
MSF 755 Advanced Financial Investigations (Capstone course) Required 3 credits
MSF 708 White Collar Crime Required 3 credits
MSF 726 Information System Auditing Required at
graduate or undergrad
3 credits
MSF 716 Advanced Taxation Required at
graduate or undergrad
3 credits
MSF 725 Auditing Required at
graduate or undergrad
3 credits
MSF 707 Accounting Information Systems Required at
graduate or undergrad
3 credits
Total      30 credits

* Students entering the program with a bachelor’s degree in accounting who have taken Accounting Information Systems, Auditing, Information Systems Auditing, and Advanced Tax must choose 4 electives.

Depending on the student’s educational background, other graduate level electives may be substituted with prior approval of the Department.

Course
Required/
Elective
Credit
Hours
MSF 751 Seminar in Accounting Research and Theory Elective 3 credits
MSF 706 Anti-Fraud Management Elective 3 credits
MBA 625 Advanced Corporate Finance Elective 3 credits
MSF 626 Information Systems Security Elective 3 credits
MBA 626 International Economics and Finance Elective 3 credits
MBA 799/ MSF 799 Independent Study Elective 3 credits