MFF-731 : Technology Tools for Fraud Examiners

Academic Level:
Graduate
Department:
Accounting
Subject:
Fraud & Forensics
Corequisites:
None
Credits:
3
An investigation into the technology tools used in fraud examination and financial forensics as well as the role of technology in committing fraud and white collar crime. The course includes the examination of computer-aided forensic accounting investigation techniques, various data mining/data extraction software, and case management software. Finally, this course explores the role of technology in committing white collar crimes and the difficulty of investigating and prosecuting these types of cases. 3 credits Prerequisite: MFF 710