Bring the Truth to Light
Since most significant financial crimes involve computers either in commission, concealment, detection or investigation, this program provides you with skills not commonly found in traditional accounting programs, including how to extract, preserve and document digital financial crimes to ensure their admissibility and undeniability in court. The Master of Science in Forensic Auditing Analytics program combines courses in auditing, forensic accounting, business analytics and cybersecurity. These traditional forensics and auditing courses will be paired with cutting-edge business analytics knowledge to empower you to improve corporate governance as well as successfully prevent and fight financial misrepresentations and fraud in an increasingly digital economy.
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SEE YOURSELF SUCCEED WITH A DEGREE IN Forensic Auditing Analytics
Earn a valuable degree from a fully accredited business program. The College of Business has been continuously accredited since 1976. Around 836 schools worldwide currently hold this prestigious designation.
Engage with exceptional faculty who are both significant scholars and leaders of industry.
The College of Business offers an in-house Career Services Center focused on guiding business students seeking internships or employment.
Through guest speakers, company tours and internships, professional networking, and other opportunities, students, faculty and alumni are connected with the business community.
Engage with exceptional faculty who are industry leaders and significant scholars, producing cutting-edge research in their field.
Acquire information technology and cybersecurity skills that are valuable in many areas, including internal and external auditing, law enforcement, litigation support and consulting.
Career possibilities and current median salaries
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Minors & Certificates
The courses required for this program are also included in the current Auditing and Forensics Certificate, making the certificate a stackable credential for this degree.
We offer various minors that can be combined with your Forensic Auditing Analytics (MS) degree. You can learn more about the available minors and their course requirements by visiting the Minors for Graduate Programs page.
- Cyber Security
- Business Analytics
This course builds on topics covered in Forensic and Investigative Accounting. Topics include fraud auditing, litigation support, valuation, cybercrime and other key forensic topics. The objectives include understanding the practices used by public accountants, internal auditors, prosecutors, special agents, investigators and others used to examine and prosecute civil and criminal financial violations.
This course will provide you with the foundation to understand the key issues associated with protecting information assets, identifying threats to information assets and planning responses to threats. You will learn to use analytics tools and techniques to enhance the ability of quality management approaches to improve information and security processes.
This course provides a foundation in the use of cyber forensic tools and procedures necessary to collect and analyze digital information that might be used in administrative, civil or criminal cases. Special emphasis will be placed upon ensuring that organizational information security policies meet all applicable laws and regulatory requirements.
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