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Certificate: Forensic Accounting (Online)

Forensic Accounting is the use of accounting and other business techniques to investigate and uncover fraud, gather evidence and present findings in a courtroom setting. The criminal site investigation involves the applicable books, financial records and documents examined. Frauds include theft of cash and merchandise, corruption, bribery, kickbacks, fraudulent financial statements, hidden assets, divorce, bankruptcy, money laundering, identity theft and false insurance claims. Earning an Online Forensic Accounting Certificate can help you move forward in this career field. Many state and federal government agencies and businesses hire individuals with an Online Forensic Accounting Certificate. All large public accounting firms now have a Forensic Accounting department and many small firms have an individual working part- time in this function. In addition to providing an educational base for entry-level employment in the field, this program will help prepare students to take the Certified Fraud Examiner Examination and become a Certified Fraud Examiner. For more information, please visit:www.acfe.org.

The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business at Post University's Online Forensic Accounting Certificate program combines the strengths of a traditional New England University education with the convenience and flexibility of online learning. You will benefit from regular contact with and feedback from professors, as well as the opportunity to learn from and interact with other working professionals. Our highly interactive online classes are offered in eight-week modules, six times a year, making it possible for you to complete your certificate in less time without sacrificing quality. Our Online Forensic Accounting Certificate course work prepares students for rewarding careers in this growing field. Those who hold an Online Forensic Accounting Certificate move on to complete four-year degrees and pursue professional certification relevant to the accounting professions (CPA and CMA).

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