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Certificate in Forensic Accounting

Uncover an Exciting New Career Path

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This program is offered on Campus and Online.

Are you a current accounting student thinking about starting a career as a fraud examiner when you graduate? Or are you a seasoned accounting professional looking for some more exciting work?  Perhaps you’ve thought about applying your accounting knowledge to helping law enforcement fight fraud but you didn’t know how to break through?  If you answered yes to any of these then let the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business at Post University help you with a Certificate in Forensic Accounting. With a Certificate in Forensic Accounting, you will stand out among others when seeking employment as a fraud examiner in the public, private, or government sectors. The coursework can also help you to prepare for the CFE Exam necessary to become a Certified Fraud Examiner.

Program Highlights

Accountant’s, CPA’s, CMA’s, and Accounting majors can enhance their career opportunities with a Certificate in Forensic Accounting. The Certificate combines 18 credits of accounting and criminal justice courses which build a foundational knowledge in financial fraud investigation. Students review and analyze real-world case studies related to fraud prevention, detection, deterrence, and investigation.

Upon completion of this certificate, students will be able to apply accounting methods and financial techniques necessary to uncover, solve and document financial crimes while following prescribed criminal investigation procedures.


Visit the University Catalog >> for Curriculum, Course Descriptions, and Program Outcomes.


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 and learn more about how Post University makes education personal with one-on-one academic advising and flexible class options to fit your needs.

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