The Graham School of Management has followed business trends that show in today's day and age, organizations are seeking individuals with a strong background in financial fraud and forensic accounting. We understand times are changing so must our way of thinking. To survive and stay competitive in all industries you must consider expertise in areas of fraud and forensics.
Everyday across the world, thousands of businesses are victimized by fraud. Who commits these bad acts? Why? And, how? In this course we are going to help you answer the questions: who commits fraud, why and how. We'll also help you develop skills for catching them. For example, you will learn:
- Axioms of fraud examination
- Strategies for planning an investigation
- Characteristics of a successful fraud examiner
- How to select an investigation team
- The steps of a fraud examination
- The basics of interviewing
This course is the perfect introduction for someone new to, or unfamiliar with, the anti-fraud profession, or a comprehensive review for experts in the field. More and more organizations are increasingly looking for employees and candidates with higher level nationally recognized qualifications such as the Graham School of Management's MBA concentration or certificate in Fraud Examination and Management. And it is ever more likely that having relevant higher level qualifications will be an important part of any professional profile including when seeking advancement in a fraud or investigatory career. And receiving a degree from an Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accredited school is one of the highest standards for business schools worldwide. AACSB-accredited schools are recognized worldwide by top employers. In addition, they have more access to recruiters and have graduates that received higher, more competitive salaries. The Graham School has sought and achieved this accreditation in order to ensure that our curricula, faculty, facilities and internal evaluation processes meet or exceed recognized national standards. We like to consider our program very student-centered as well. With fast-track (8 weeks) offerings and very flexible scheduling, we focus on making the student experience not only educational but convenient as well.
A number of universities, colleges and professional associations offer fraud examiner courses and forensic accounting programs. The Graham School of Management's Fraud Examination and Management program has been developed in association with professionals leading the way in economic crime and fraud investigation in the United States and worldwide.