Some of the most highly sought-after "detectives" are actually forensic accountants and fraud investigators. That’s because white-collar and organized crime drains billions of dollars from our economy each year.
In your classes, you'll develop an eye for detail and build a foundation in accounting and legal concepts. Get real-life experience analyzing information based on real fraud crimes. The Forensic Accounting Stakeholder Board, made of experienced forensic accountants and fraud examination specialists, advise your professors on the best material for your courses.
A career in this field has specific eligibility standards to sit for a licensing exam. Before you start your degree, read our ineligibility policy.
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