Learning Goals & Objectives

Learning Goal 1

Graduates will develop and apply tools and methods to detect fraud. 

Students will: 
  • Objective A: Develop an understanding of the various types of fraud schemes;
  • Objective B: Develop processes and procedures utilized to detect fraud; 
  • Objective C: Apply the use of technology in fraud detection.

Learning Goal 2

Graduates will develop and apply tools and methods to prevent fraud.

Students will: 
  • Objective A: Become familiar with strategies and tools for fraud prevention; 
  • Objective B: Develop processes and procedures utilized to deter fraud;
  • Objective C: Apply the use of technology in fraud deterrence.

Learning Goal 3

Graduates will apply legal and ethical principles in decision-making in the context of fraud investigation and analysis.

Students will: 
  • Objective A: Apply professional accounting and auditing standards to fraud-related investigative work; 
  • Objective B: Apply ethical values in the context of fraud detection and prevention;
  • Objective C: Apply critical thinking skills to make informed judgments.