The Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting Fraud Investigation combines the development of technical skills in accounting, computer security and legal investigation that are needed in fraud examination. Interlacing coursework in auditing practices and security equips graduates with the principles, methods and techniques to conduct criminal investigations of fraud. In addition, this learning is coupled with knowledge of network security that develops your technological abilities in fraud detection. Only a few other colleges nationwide offer this program.
Earn this degree at:
Online, Lansing, Macomb Community College, Midland, W.A. Lettinga - Grand Rapids, Warren
Our program offers more than just introductory courses in the area of fraud investigation. Davenport University’s accounting fraud investigation program prepares students for full time careers in a dynamic field. The 2016 median salary for accountants and auditors was $76,730 with a projected 11% growth, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Unlike other accounting programs, this program integrates the knowledge of investigation, law and computer security.
The program prepares students with the soft skills in communication, teamwork and leadership needed by employers.
93% of our BBA Fraud Investigation graduate respondents reported being employed within six months of graduation.
Graduates of this program who meet the accounting experience requirement are eligible to sit for the Certified Fraud Examiners’ (CFE) exam.
More than 95% of Davenport students receive some type of financial assistance
Davenport University provides value by offering the third-lowest tuition among all private universities in Michigan. Our team is ready to help you explore sources of financial assistance for which you may qualify.