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.
Margaret (Peggy) McCoey, M.S.
La Salle University
Economic Crime Forensics
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141 USA
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