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ACC 460 - Principles of Fraud Examination


This course examines the principles of fraud examination and deterrence, including the fraud triangle and characteristics of fraud perpetrators and organizations that are more likely to have frauds perpetrated against them. Students will be prepared for certain sections of the Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE) and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and CPA professional exams.

Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation Winter (evening)

Prerequisite(s) ACC 240  and ACC 241  
Major Restriction(s) ACC-Major , AIS-Major , ACC-Minor , ACAC-150 , AIAC-150 , ACTX-150 , ECBB-Major CIS-Major , ENTR-Major , FIN-Major , GBUS-Major , GBUS-Minor , IBAC , IBAI , IBCI , IBEC , IBEN , IBFI , IBGB , IBMG , IBMK , IBSC , MGMT-Major , MKTG-Major , SCMG-Major , or CNST-Major  
Class-Level Restriction Junior, Senior, or Second Bachelors standing

Notes -
Not open to students with credit in ACC 560 Fraud Examination. Students who do not meet prerequisite requirements may request department permission to enroll in the course.

Updates Change to major restriction 8/2016, effective Winter 2017


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