Learn highly marketable skills to expose bribery, embezzlement, corruption and criminal manipulation of accounting records in Bacone's Fraud Examination program.
This program provides fraud detection skills to those training for accounting careers as well as professionals in accounting, law enforcement, information systems and other target industries where there is high potential for financial abuse.
These skills opens doors of opportunity and advancement in a variety of career fields, such as:
- Independent Practice
- Tribal Governments
- Law Enforcement
- Investigators and Internal Auditors
- Accounting and Insurance Firms
- Gaming Operations
- Governance, Rick and Compliance Law Agencies
- Computer Forensics/Information Systems
- Litigation - Courtroom Procedures
About the Program
Bacone's program partners with theAssociation of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the national organization that has become well-known for certifying professionals in fraud detection.
The CFE Credential
As defined by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners: "The Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential denotes proven expertise in fraud prevention, detection and deterrence. CFEs around the world help protect the global economy by uncovering fraud and implementing processes to prevent fraud from occurring in the first place".
The ACFE certification has several requirements, but our curriculum provides a program to focus on the areas that are tested and give students a good foundation for the exam.
Persons holding or nearing completion of a bachelors degree and having two years experience in fraud related areas, like Accounting, Criminology, Loss Prevention, Computer Crime or Sociology are candidates for this program. Among Bacone's courses that might be helpful would be
- ACC 3913 Principles of Fraud Exam
- ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
- BUS 2143 Business Law
- CIS 3513 Information Systems and Security
- CJS 2653 Theories of Crime and Deviance
- PSY 1113 Introduction to Psychology