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Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of fraud and forensic accounting.
Students will understand and explain various methods used in evidence management and litigation support.
Students will be able to compute basic economic damage calculations and income reconstruction totals.
Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the nature of forensic accounting techniques relating to the investigation of electronic data, digital forensics analysis, and cybercrime.
Students will understand the nature of forensic accounting techniques relating to bankruptcies, divorce, identity theft, and money laundering.
Students will obtain a basic understanding of concepts relating to business valuations.