Jan 29, 2020  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog

ACC3031 Special Topics: Forensic Accounting


This course introduces students to applied accounting concepts using the framework of human behavior and business practices. Students gain an understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), financial and forensic accounting, and techniques used to determine the presence of financial wrongdoing, such as gathering and organizing relevant information, generating critical evaluations of acconting misconduct, and connecting with business legalities. Students examine cases of corporate financial crime to determine the effectiveness of the forensic accounting techniques used as well as case studies involving corruption, money laundering and embezzlement. Students must have completed three courses at the 2000 level, with grades of C or higher, as prerequisites for this course. ACC2011  Principles of Accounting II is recommended as a prerequisite, but not required. Students who already have credit in ACC2031  Forensic Accounting may not earn credit for this course. Credits: 3.000

WRT1012   Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 And (EDU1011  Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 Or EDU1001  Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 Or EDU1201  Lecture Min Credits: 2.00)