A two-year schedule is available with registration materials.
The M.S. in Economic Crime Forensics consists of 12 to 14 three-credit courses. The curriculum includes one or two foundation course which may be waived based on the student’s background, 9 core courses and 2 elective courses either in the corporate fraud or the computer security track. Each student also completes a capstone project.
Students may be required to complete a foundation course for the Program’s elective courses. The foundation would require completing 1 course in business law (3 credits) 1 course (three credits) in Managerial and Financial Accounting for the corporate fraud track or 1 course (three credits) in Network Theory for the computer security track.
The maximum number of courses for any student in the Program is 14 courses, or 42 credits.