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British Columbia Institute of Technology (British Columbia, Canada)

Graduate Certificate in Forensic Investigation of Fraud and Financial Crime

This program at British Columbia Institute of Technology introduces students to an array of different types of fraud, along with profiles of the common fraud and economic crime incidents that we see in society today. Focusing on technology, the program covers both the role of technology in fraud and economic crime, as well as the technological tools that assist investigators in the resolution of suspected cases of fraud.

Champlain College (Vermont, U.S. + Online)

BS in Economic Crime Investigation

Champlain College's online bachelor's degree in economic crime investigation educates students about the critical issues faced by fraud examiners and investigators every day. With a focus on hands-on learning and designed with working adults in mind, this degree program will help you differentiate yourself in the fields of law enforcement, risk management, and accounting.

Penn State University (Pennsylvania, U.S.)

Security and Risk Analysis (College of Information Sciences & Tech)

The Bachelor of Science in Security and Risk Analysis (SRA) in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at Pennsylvania State University responds to the expanding need for a highly trained analytic workforce to address a wide range of security and risk domains including national/homeland security, emergency and disaster management, law and crime, as well as enterprise risk management.

St. Joseph's University (Pennsylvania, U.S.)

Bachelors of Business Administration in Risk Management and Insurance

Students in the risk management and insurance program at Saint Joseph’s University have the opportunity to explore all the various aspects of managing insurance companies and mitigating risk for businesses. Insurance areas and specialties include financing policies, investment policies, pricing and underwriting.

SUNY GCC (New York, U.S.)

Economic Crime Investigation

Advances in technology, economic trends and the current global political climate are insuring that white-collar crimes such as money laundering, health-insurance fraud, identity theft, and corporate account "book-cooking" are increasingly at the center of today's criminal activity. Corporate and government employers need qualified professionals with accounting, computer, and investigative skills capable of dealing with these contemporary types of crime, all of which are included in SUNY BCC's Ecomnomic Crime Investigation program.

SUNY Oswego (New York, U.S.)

Bachelor of Science Risk Management and Insurance

Study risk management problems and solutions in depth at SUNY Oswego. You’ll study in the region (Central New York) that has the second-highest insurance industry employment east of the Mississippi. Given the pioneering nature of Oswego's program, you can help blaze a trail for young talent in these industries.

University of New Haven (Connecticut, U.S.)

Master of Science in Investigations: Financial Crimes Investigation

This course at the University of New Haven prepares you to tackle cybercrime, financial fraud, international crime, healthcare fraud, and organized crime to name a few. This concentration can be further customized to focus on the private sector or public sector investigation, depending on your career interest.

University of Portsmouth (Portsmouth, U.K. + Online)

MSc, Economic Crime

On this MSc Economic Crime course at the University of Portsmouth, you’ll focus on the topics that interest you – such as countering corruption and fraud examination, money laundering, managing investigations, and intelligence – as you tailor your studies toward a career in law enforcement, investigations, compliance, research, analysis, management or policy development.

University of Salford (Manchester, U.K.)

Masters, Fraud & Risk Management

The University of Salford's exciting new programme aims to fill a gap where professional financial fraud is examined from different viewpoints including financial fraud, accounting fraud and banking fraud. It will provide students with an understanding of what motivates fraud and how to detect it.

Utica College (Online)

Bachelor of Science in Fraud & Financial Crime Investigation

No sector is safe from financial corruption and fraud. Data breaches are at an all-time high in the United States, but even if you ignore external attacks, estimates show internal fraud costs companies an average of 5 percent of their annual revenue. Make an impact in the fight against crimes like these with our online financial crime investigation degree.

University College Dublin (Dublin, Ireland)

GradDip Forensic Computing and Cyber Crime Investigation

This programme at University College Dublin gives law enforcement officers knowledge and skills to investigate cybercrimes and to gather, handle and use digital evidence and intelligence in order to disrupt criminal activity and prevent crime and to secure convictions.

De Montfort University Leicester (Leicester, U.K.)

Forensic Accounting/ Forensic Accounting (Applied) MSc

Discover the compelling field of forensic accounting. This course at De Montfort University Leicester covers fraud, financial crime and data analysis procedures – invaluable insight used by professionals in the search for criminal activity in both public and private sector organisations. It will prepare you to conduct fraud investigation and give expert testimony and litigation support for public and private sector organisations.

University of Derby (Derby, U.K.)

Financial Investigation & Digital Intelligence MSc

This programme at the University of Derby is designed to appeal to the graduate student, practitioners, and investigators with interests in issues such as cybercrime, fraud, organised crime, money laundering, terrorist finance, crime scripting, victimology and criminology.

Sheffield Hallam University (Sheffield, U.K.)

MSc Forensic Accounting

This course at Sheffield Hallam University will provide you with an insight into forensic accounting and specifically the two main subject areas of investigations and dispute advisory services. You increase your knowledge of the legal framework as it relates to the law of evidence, and undertake a range of modules covering other forensic related areas such as financial analysis and electronic crime.

Northumbria University (Northumbria, U.K.)

MSc Forensic Accounting

Whether you have an accounting undergraduate background or not, this course at Northumbria University looks at financial crime and considers areas such as the nature, regulation and policing of financial crimes in the UK. In particular, it focuses on the prevention and detection of fraud in organisations and examines corporate governance, internal controls and accounting techniques.

University of Portsmouth (Portsmouth, U.K.)

Cyber Security and Forensic Information Technology MSc

If you're looking to further specialise your IT career and branch into digital forensics, this course is the perfect next step. This MSc Cyber Security and Forensic Information Technology degree at the University of Portsmouth will develop your IT skillset and give you the lowdown on civil, corporate and criminal litigation procedures.

Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (Malaysia)

Master of Accounting in Forensic Analysis

APU offers a course which is ideal for any fresh graduate interested in pursuing a career in the dynamic and growing field of forensic accounting and fraud examination as well as those accountants and auditors who wish to pursue or enhance their career as forensic accountants. This programme integrates the accounting, auditing and investigative skills used to yield analysis and results suitable for use by the courts as the basis for resolution.

Charles Sturt University (Bathurst, Australia + Online)

Master of Fraud and Financial Crime

The Master of Fraud and Financial Crime from Charles Sturt University aims to meet the educational needs of those with responsibility for fraud and financial crime deterrence, prevention, detection and investigation in the public, corporate and law enforcement sectors. Consolidate your industry expertise and leadership across the increasingly complex arena of white-collar crime with the Master of Fraud and Financial Crime.

University of Portsmouth (Portsmouth, U.K. + Online)

Risk & Security Management

The University of Portsmouth partnered up with the private security sector to develop this course, so the skills and knowledge you develop are relevant and valuable to your career. You'll study topics including strategic and operational management, risk management, security management, business continuity management, cyber security, investigations and counter fraud.

Utica College (New York, U.S.)

Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation

The first program of its kind in the nation, Utica College's undergraduate major in Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation (formerly economic crime investigation) offers advanced education in the highly specialized skill sets required prevent, detect, and investigate economic crime in today's global economy.

University of Findlay (Ohio, U.S.)

White-Collar Crime & Fraud Investigation

The University of Findlay offers courses that will introduce you to criminal conduct described as violations of trust both domestically and around the world. Our courses are designed to prepare you for successful careers in many areas of criminal justice such as law enforcement, courts, corrections, risk assessment or juvenile justice.

University of Albany (New York, U.S.)

Digital Forensics

Learn to investigate, respond to and manage incidents, such as, cyber attacks, data breaches, fraud or financial crimes, and malicious activity. In the Bachelor of Science in Digital Forensics program at the University at Albany you will acquire the skills to gather digital clues in electronic data and connect the dots to build an entire story.

Franklin University (Online)

Forensic Accounting

This forensic accounting course at Franklin University offers a chance to learn about a fast-growing segment of the accounting profession. From tracking terrorist funding, to helping organizations stay compliant with Sarbanes-Oxley, to exposing money laundering, tax evasion and embezzlement, a variety of organizations across an array of industries are in need of well-prepared forensic accountants.

University of the Potomac (Washington D.C., U.S.)

BS Cybersecurity & Policy

Cybersecurity and Policy at the University of the Potomac will prepare students for a challenging and rewarding career field fighting worldwide cybercrime and protecting the digital world from hacking, fraud, and malware. Cybersecurity students will be in a growing field of study with multiple opportunities to assist businesses, governments, and the military to protect their networks, data and systems.