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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 350
Title Forensic Accounting
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC106 or permission of the Department Chairperson
Winter/Spring 2016 Classes
Sec Ref # Dates Days Times Location Instructor
02 1112 1/20/16 - 5/9/16 W 4:30pm - 6:50pm CC-248 Norbert Tschakert
S1 1113 1/20/16 - 5/9/16 W 4:30pm - 6:50pm CC-248 Norbert Tschakert
01 1365 1/19/16 - 5/16/16 TR 1:40pm - 2:55pm CC-248 Norbert Tschakert

Description

This course will survey the field of forensic accounting including the use of accounting techniques to discover fraud and malfeasance, obtain evidence for legal action, and prevent future illegal activities within various types of organizations. The course will use both actual and theoretical case studies in the context of group projects to simulate real-life situations. These activities will be studied in the light of recent accounting malfeasance in major corporations and government investigations of illegal and improper activities in all types of organizations. There will also be discussed in conjunction with the above specifics, the application of and influence of global goals upon the field and its relationship to social, international, ethical, and diversity issues.

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ACC 350
Title Forensic Accounting
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites ACC106 or permission of the Department Chairperson
Winter/Spring 2016 Classes
Sec Ref # Dates Days Times Location Instructor
02 1112 1/20/16 - 5/9/16 W 4:30pm - 6:50pm CC-248 Norbert Tschakert
S1 1113 1/20/16 - 5/9/16 W 4:30pm - 6:50pm CC-248 Norbert Tschakert
01 1365 1/19/16 - 5/16/16 TR 1:40pm - 2:55pm CC-248 Norbert Tschakert

Description

This course will survey the field of forensic accounting including the use of accounting techniques to discover fraud and malfeasance, obtain evidence for legal action, and prevent future illegal activities within various types of organizations. The course will use both actual and theoretical case studies in the context of group projects to simulate real-life situations. These activities will be studied in the light of recent accounting malfeasance in major corporations and government investigations of illegal and improper activities in all types of organizations. There will also be discussed in conjunction with the above specifics, the application of and influence of global goals upon the field and its relationship to social, international, ethical, and diversity issues.

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