Financial Fraud Examination and Management

Financial Fraud Examination and Management Concentration

Fraud examination and management is a highly practical and rewarding course of study involving the process of resolving allegations of fraud from inception to disposition. Students are taught relevant, real-world knowledge and skills on how to detect, identify, and investigate different types of fraud as well as to construct an environment in which fraud is minimized.

An MBA concentration in Financial Fraud Examination and Management can lead to a rewarding career. Everyday across the world, thousands of organizations (businesses, not-for-profits, and governmental agencies) are victimized by fraud and millions of individuals are victims of crimes such identity theft. Who commits these bad acts? Why? And, how? In our courses we are going to help you answer the questions: who commits fraud, why and how. And at Saint Xavier University we will also help you develop skills for catching them and minimizing their impact.

Program Highlights

Financial crime and cyber breaches are on the rise and companies are hiring professionals with specialized knowledge to combat these issues. According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, more than 75 percent of Fortune 500 companies employ Certified Fraud Examiners. Saint Xavier University's Graham School of Management is a leader in educating professionals to fight fraud, financial crime, and cyber-crime, offering a comprehensive suite of cutting-edge courses to help career-oriented students become highly specialized in these growing fields.

Students in the Financial Fraud Examination and Management program at Saint Xavier University are taught the core skills required to identify, detect, and prevent fraud schemes, including fraudulent financial reporting, misappropriation of assets, and corruption. Students also learn to develop a fraud response plan as well as effective methodology on how to properly plan and conduct a fraud investigation, building and presenting a case, and supporting it through litigation support and expert testimony techniques.

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Non-Business Students

For graduate students who do not have prior undergraduate business course experience, the foundation modules are required to give a basic understanding of business essentials. For more information, please review the foundation modules in the SXU Academic Catalog.

Contact Information

If you have additional questions, please contact:

Graduate Admission
Phone: 773-298-3053
Email: graduateadmission@sxu.edu