You’re good with numbers, but a traditional accounting career doesn’t interest you. Lend your talents to worthy causes and help fight fraud with an education from Post University. With our certificate in forensic accounting, you will be qualified to seek employment as an auditor, tax examiner, or investigator in the private and government sectors or apply your credits to a four-year degree. You will also complete the coursework needed to take the Certified Fraud Examiner test and become a Certified Fraud Examiner.
Program HighlightsAs a student in this program, you will build foundational knowledge in forensic accounting and the criminal justice field as you review and analyze real-world case studies relating to fraud prevention, detection, deterrence, and investigation. Core coursework will cover criminal law and white collar crime, and you will choose one of the following electives for a total of 18 credit hours:
Upon completion of your forensic accounting courses, you will be able to apply accounting methods and financial techniques necessary to uncover, solve and document financial crimes.
Through experienced professionals, you will learn in a practice-based format the skills you need to prepare for a position in this specialized area of accounting. If you decide to pursue your four-year degree, our supportive staff can help you enroll, find the best concentration for your goals and apply for jobs in the field upon graduation.
At Post University, we make education personal with one-on-one academic advising and flexible class options to fit your needs. You can complete your forensic accounting courses 100 percent online or at our Waterbury, Connecticut, campus if you’re local.
Get to the bottom of financial scandals while you work your way to the top of your career. Contact us to apply for our certificate in forensic accounting program now.
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