Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination
School: University of West Virginia
Registration Link: REGISTER HERE
Start Date: September 1, 2016 (5 Weeks Long)
Workload: 3-5 Hours Per Week
Instructors: Richard Riley, Richard Dull, John Gill
Credentials: Riley is the Richard F. Tanner Distinguished Professor of Public Accounting at the University of West Virginia. He has published two books on fraud examination and prevention and was awarded the Educator of the Year Award in 2008 by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Dull is a professor in accounting information systems at the school. His research has been published in academic outlets like the Journal of Information Systems and the Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting. Gill is the vice president of education at the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Graded: Students will earn a verified certificate for completing this course.
Description: “Who commits fraud, why and how?” That’s the foundation for this intensive course, where students will learn how to establish internal controls to catch criminals early in the process. In addition, the course covers the basics of cybercrime and money laundering, along with what students should expect if they decide to blow the whistle.
Review: “It is essential for someone who wants to understand the reasoning behind fraudulent acts. Highly recommended for individuals in almost every business sector.” For additional reviews, click here.