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ACC 331 – Fraud Examination

This course tackles the concept of fraud from multiple perspectives. Whether you strive to work in management or accounting, the content of this course will assist you in identifying situations which facilitate fraud, the typical traits of a perpetrator, common types of fraud, and ways to prevent, detect, and resolve a fraudulent situation. The course uses a variety of teaching strategies and examines documented historical cases of fraud.

This is a valuable skill that can benefit employees in a number of career fields, including but not limited to: Tax accounting; Investigative accounting; International accounting; Business valuing; Project management; Operations management; Production/Material management; or Sales.

Prerequisites: ACC 125-126, MGT 100