Forensic Accounting and Valuation Concentration and Electives
Forensic accounting is one of the fastest growing sectors in accounting. These electives enable students to specialize in fraud detection and prevention, investigative auditing and financial statement analysis, specialized accounting data analytics, and forensic asset valuation. Equipped with these capabilities, our MS Accounting graduates will be ideal candidates for filling the rapidly growing demand for forensic accounting and valuation services.
ACC 540 Introduction to Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination (3 credits)
substitutes for the MSA Elective
ACC 640 Financial Statement Investigations (3 credits)
substitutes for ACC 585 Financial Statement Analysis and Reporting
ACC 641 Accounting Information Systems and Data Analytics (3 credits) OR
ACC 642 Forensic Accounting Valuation (3 credits)
substitutes for ACC 630 Fund Accounting
MSA students are able to take these courses as a concentration. To complete the concentration, students will take three (3) courses worth a total of nine(9) credit hours from the courses above.