- Prepare students to participate ethically and professionally in a global market.
- Propose business law standards, standards of ethics, and professional codes of conduct related to corporate leadership.
- Assess corporate cultures related to global markets, including concepts and perceptions related to economic crime and fraudulent activity.
- Evaluate legal and regulatory environments supporting the market.
- Prepare students to enter the field of economic crime prevention and detection.
- Evaluate and support accounting and auditing concepts related to the causation of corporate economic crime.
- Devise plans and processes to prevent and deter economic crime.
- Evaluate the design of fraud deterrence techniques and controls.
- Design, plan, and execute procedures to secure corporate data and networks.
- Prepare students to apply standards and best practices of forensics and litigation support.
- Select and prepare evidence for litigation.
- Develop standards of conduct relative to litigation services, including conflicts of interest and background considerations.
- Propose legal, regulatory, and professional environments relative to deterring economic crime.
- Develop standards and procedures for handling custody of digital evidence.
- Prepare students to be corporate leaders in fraud prevention.
- Develop managerial and communication skills to measure and support fraud deterrence.
- Develop plans to foster anti-corruption behavior.
- Evaluate and select computer usage and tools in support of economic crime deterrence.
- Construct corporate risk mitigation strategies and procedures related to economic crime.
- Devise, implement, and assess leadership policies, procedures and standards to remediate corporate economic crime.
Margaret (Peggy) McCoey, M.S.
La Salle University
Economic Crime Forensics
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141 USA
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