The explosion of e-commerce, the use of credit cards and a heightened regulatory environment for financial disclosure has led to an increased demand for forensic accountant. These professionals combine accounting, auditing and investigative skills to try and piece together a true picture of financial activity often for court cases.
Why minor in Forensic Accounting?
The Forensic Accounting minor allows Accounting students to demonstrate to potential employers an increased interest in the field while still obtaining a more general accounting degree.
Where do Forensic Accounting Professionals work?
Forensic Accountants work in a wide range of organizations including the major accounting firms.
What are the course requirements for a minor in Forensic Accounting?
In addition to all other degree requirements, the Forensic Accounting minor requires successful completion of 21 credits in Forensic Accounting minor courses.
This must consist of:
• Six required Forensic Accounting Minor courses: 18 Credits
• A minimum of one Forensic Accounting minor elective course: 3 Credits
Total 21 Credits