MFF-733 : Comprehensive FraudInvestigation

Academic Level:
Graduate
Department:
Accounting
Subject:
Fraud & Forensics
Corequisites:
None
Credits:
4
A capstone course that includes the steps to be performed in a fraud investigation. Topics include: internal vs. external investigations; sources of information used in a forensic investigation; interview and interrogation techniques; forms of anonymous communications; defining evidence, how to gather, preserve, store and use evidentiary materials; when to refer a matter to a prosecutor; proving intent; the use of indirect methods of income reconstruction; and report writing. Students solve a case study by performing a comprehensive fraud investigation that incorporates skills they have learned throughout the MFF program. 4 credits Prerequisite: MFF 710