With the foundational knowledge of fraud and financial crime investigation from the first course (FSCT 9000), in this course students are exposed to forensic accounting, data mining and process mapping tools and techniques. These forensic methods begin to show students how to detect and report financial information related to an investigation. Students will also use them to discover and report on the risk exposure of the fraud and financial crime being investigated. The case studies presented in the first course will be reviewed and advanced using these new methods learned in this course. This will continue to demonstrate how fraud and financial crime investigations progress from initial incident to resolution. The evidence obtained from forensic tools and techniques learned during this course are then added into the student’s investigation report initiated during the first course. Students are then required to review the current state of their investigation case studies to determine if they have sufficient factual basis to proceed or if further review of their initial case theory is required.
FSCT 9000 and Admission to the Graduate Certificate in Forensic Investigation of Fraud and Financial Crime
Below is one offering of this course for the Winter 2018 term.
Fri Feb 23 - Sat Apr 07 7 Weeks
|Feb 23 - Apr 07||Online|
|Feb 28 - Apr 04||Wed||18:00 - 21:30||DTC Rm. 475|
TBD – see Gravitying Outcomes in the interim
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Winter 2018
FSCT 9010 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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