Forensic Accounting Graduate Certificate Program
Elizabeth Sivill, Program Coordinator
Glass Hall, Room 223 Phone 417-836-5616
Review the following Program Costs and Potential Occupations (Gainful Employment Disclosure).
The Forensic Accounting Certificate program provides a 12 hours graduate-level experience in the forensic accounting field. The program involves in depth study of forensic accounting and information technology topics, including fraud examination, litigation support, financial expert witnessing, business valuation, investigative data mining and others. Contact the Director of the School of Accountancy or the MAcc Program Director for additional information.
Candidates for the certificate program must be admitted to the University as a graduate student. The candidate should have a bachelor’s degree in accounting and meet minimum admission criteria for the Master of Accountancy program. All course work must be approved by the MAcc Program Director.
Required courses (12 hrs)
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|ACC 754||Forensic Accounting: Litigation Support and Expert Witnessing||3 hrs|
|ACC 752||Fraud Examination||3 hrs|
|ACC 751||Information Systems Auditing||3 hrs|
|Select one of the following:|
|ACC 741||Advanced Accounting and Management Information Systems||3 hrs|
|ACC 750||Advanced Auditing||3 hrs|
|ACC 794||Internship (Forensic Accounting related)||3 hrs|
|ACC 796||Independent Study (Forensic Accounting related)||3 hrs|
Students must have a B or better grade in each course.