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Forensic Accounting (B.A.)

The objective of the forensic accounting major is to develop skills in accounting, auditing and investigating to uncover truth while conducting financial and/or systems examinations. Forensic accountants are needed for litigation support, corporate investigations, criminal matters and preparing and assessing insurance claims and damages.

Major Requirements

  • ACCT 113 Principles of Accounting I
  • ACCT 123 Principles of Accounting II
  • ACCT 213 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACCT 223 Intermediate Accounting II
  • ACCT 313 Cost Accounting 
  • ACCT 323 Taxation-Personal 
  • ACCT 333 Taxation-Corporate 
  • ACCT 412 Accounting Info. Sys. 
  • ACCT 423 Auditing 
  • ACCT 453 Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination 
  • ACCT 495 Research/Practicum** 
  • BADM 344 Finance 
  • BADM 355 Business Law I 
  • BADM 356 Business Law II 
  • BADM 374 Principles of Management 
  • BADM 384 Business Communication or ENG 260 Business and Technical Writing 
  • CIS 111 Word Processing Applications or CIS 114 Presentation Applications 
  • CIS 112 Spreadsheet Applications 
  • CIS 122 Advanced Spreadsheet Apps 
  • CIS 129 Fund. of Info Systems 
  • CSCI 351 Info Systems Security & Forensics 
  • MATH 211 Elementary Statistics