Forensic Accounting/Fraud

Forensic accounting is a stone-cold whodunit, and you’re the detective who has to figure it out. We’re one of the few universities in the country with a forensic fraud emphasis that trains you to nab white-collar criminals who drain billions each year from our economy. Kinda noble, right? We think so too.

What Are Some Potential Careers?
  • Fraud Examination
  • FBI White Collar Crime Investigation
  • IRS Criminal Investigation
  • Forensic Accounting
What Courses Would I Take?
  • Forensic/Fraud IT Audit
  • The Legal Environment and Fraud
  • Forensic/Fraud Practicum
  • Auditing
  • White Collar Crime/Corporate Crime<.li>
What Else Can I Do?
Where Are Your Students Now?
  • Owners of their own firms
  • Public or managerial accountants
  • At firms like Rylander, Clay and Opitz; Whitley Penn; and PWC
  • At public agencies like the City of Fort Worth, the IRS, and the Defense Contract Audit Agency
  • At corporations like BNSF, XTO Energy, GM Financial, and L Hoist North America
  • Attending graduate programs or law school

Scholarship Opportunities

The department offers financial
resources for students. Contact
the School of Business
Administration office at 817-531-


Department of Forensic

School of Business
1201 Wesleyan St.
Fort Worth, TX 76105

Degree Information

B.B.A., Business Administration 
major, Accounting with 
Forensic/Fraud Emphasis 

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