In today’s global and increasingly digital marketplace, small businesses as well as multi-national corporations are making fraud prevention a priority. The damage that can be inflicted upon the bottom line, as well as an organization’s reputation, can be severe—and recovering can be expensive and time-consuming. Learn the latest ways to prevent, investigate, and solve fraud in the workplace—and how to use your knowledge and skills in ethical leadership and forensics to become an in-demand anti-fraud professional.

Where Our Graduates Go

Recent Carlow graduates in the MBA program have been employed as Associate HR Advisor, Provider Contract Analyst, Product Manager, Financial Analyst, Payer Specialist, Senior Analyst, Management Contractor, Senior Account Analyst, and Portfolio Manager. 

This is a small sample of where Carlow graduates have recently found jobs:

  • BNY Mellon
  • Excela Health
  • Pittsburgh Mercy
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • UPMC
  • PNC
  • First National Bank



QUICK FACTS: No GRE or GMAT required. Take courses online and/or in class. 

MBA Fraud & Forensics Course Information

Course Requirements: 36 credits
Degree: Master of Business Administration
Locations: Main Oakland Campus or Online


MBA 722: Strategic Planning

Examine goals of the mission, culture, resources, and objectives of an organization in order to gain competitive advantage. Analyze strengths and weaknesses, identify trends and develop alternatives for a strategic plan. Students will prepare and present a strategic plan for an organization or business in the local community.

MBA 724: Business Analytics 

Learn the theories and techniques critical to the function of business analytics as defined by The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). Students will discuss cases studies of Big Data, evidence-based decision making, and work on real or simulated analytics projects using analytical packages and statistical tools.

MBA 728: Decision Making for Leaders

Focus on decision making as a fundamental activity of professionals working in any management discipline. This course addresses the fundamental problems that occur in managerial decision making at both the theoretical and practical level. 

MBA 731: Managing Organizational Change & Innovation

Explore organizational development and transformation. Review leading change issues and strategies being used in a diversity of organizations today and explore emerging opportunities for change and innovation. 

note: this is just a small sample of the variety of classes you'll be taking. for more details about these classes and more, please visit the Course Catalog section of our website.