Forensic Accounting Specialization
The Specialization in Forensic Accounting is designed for Master of Accounting students who wish to expand their knowledge in the broad area of forensic accounting.
Courses in this specialization are designed to provide the accountant with a broad base of knowledge across the field of forensic accounting and more specialized knowledge within the areas of fraud and computer applications and investigation. Forensic career opportunities are available with private companies, government agencies, public accounting and consulting firms, as well as in specialized individual practices.
The graduate specialization will be awarded to those who complete four courses (12 credits) at St. Thomas University from the following forensic accounting courses at the same time as they complete the MAC degree:
ACC 502 Advanced Auditing
ACC 540 Fraud Examination
ACC 541 Forensic Accounting Applications
ACC 542 Forensic Accounting Practice Issues
ACC 543 Computer Auditing and Investigation