The M.S. in Economic Crime Forensics is designed to address the need for students skilled in detection, prevention, and litigation support of economic crime. The curriculum combines theory with practice through evaluation of economic crime cases. Students assess real-world situations, estimate risk mitigation, and prepare evidence to support causation. Each course is designed to formulate the relevant theory and devise practical application of theory through evaluation of relevant case studies, evaluation and analysis of computer software products and data, and justification of research areas related to economic crime.
A foundation course may be required based on the student’s background and elective track.
MBA 615 Managerial and Financial Accounting
All students must complete the twelve core courses for the degree.
ECF 601 Fraud Examination: Principles and Practice
ECF 604 The Computer and Internet Fraud
ECF 605 Corporate Ethics and Compliance
ECF 610 Criminal Justice and Legal Concepts
ECF 625 Litigation Support Practices and Procedures
ECF 632 Financial Fraud
ECF 636 Occupational Fraud
ECF 644 Information Security
ECF 652 Leadership Assessment and Evaluation
ECF 655 Fraud Detection and Prevention: Special Cases
Elective Students choose one of the following:
ECF 628 Cybercrime, Cyber Espionage and Cyber War
ECF 638 White Collar Crime
ECF 658 Data Mining
ECF 665 Computer Digital Forensics
All students complete a capstone project.
ECF 880 Integrative Capstone
Total Credits: 36 to 39