The Forensic Accounting Minor provides business majors insight into the criminal justice aspects of accounting while presenting the investigative processes of accounting from engagement to conclusion. Students master the collection, analysis, and evaluation of evidential matter and communicate their findings to top management for careers in Information Systems Security, Security Analysis, Auditing, and Accounting Information Systems.
A minor must contain 15-18 semester hours of coursework, including at least 9 hours of upper-division courses at the 3000-4000 level. Courses taken to satisfy Core Areas A through E may not be counted toward completion of the minor, but courses taken in Core Area F may be used to fulfill minor requirements.
|ACCT 3500||Forensic Accounting||3|
|CRJU 1100||Intro to Criminal Justice||3|
|MGIS 3390||Management of IS Security||3|
|Select two electives:||6|
|Accounting Information Systems|
|Criminal Investigation I|
|The Law of Criminal Evidence|
|Management of Forensics|