MFF-713 : Organizations, Ethics, & Fraud Prevention

Academic Level:
Graduate
Department:
Accounting
Subject:
Fraud & Forensics
Corequisites:
None
Credits:
3
A study of organizational elements (individual, group, organization) affecting fraudulent behaviors, individual and organizational ethical processes, fraud prevention programs and tools, and global differences in fraudulent activities. Students will study theories related to the criminogenic organization and learn how fraud prevention programs and establishing ethical corporate cultures can reduce the likelihood of criminal behaviors. Assignments will challenge students to link material covered with a historic case. Student research will include global comparisons. 3 credits Prerequisite: MFF 710