Blended Master's - Forensic and Fraud Examination
A well-connected global economy can sometimes lead to a prevalence of corruption and fraud. As a result, the demand for people who have an eye for investigating such nefarious activity is on the rise. The College of Business and Economics at WVU offers this specialized graduate degree to meet the demand for forensic accountants who are needed to combat widespread growth in white collar crime, fraud, and the illegal international movement of money.
Upon graduation from the program you’ll be able to identify telltale signs of fraud, and conduct a proper investigation to detect, prevent, and deter it in future attempts.
- Credit Hours: 30 credit hours.
- Accredited by AACSB International, the highest standard of achievement for business schools.
- Convenience of online learning with the benefit of two on-campus residencies for two days.
- Financial aid is available; complete the FAFSA to be considered for aid programs.
- Included in tuition is the Certified Fraud Examiner prep course to prepare students for ACFE exam.
- The GRE/GMAT requirement may be waived with 2+ years of professional work experience.
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