Course Overview

This fraud and forensic accounting course provides a framework for detecting and preventing financial statement fraud. The authors draw upon years of experience in working with many Fortune 500 companies, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the United Nations to provide a detailed, easy-to-understand course that helps students know how to both prevent and detect financial statement fraud.

Included in the curriculum are numerous videos and adaptive learning resources to help students not only understand, but also apply the theories and information presented throughout the class.

What You'll Learn

Topic 1: An Introduction to Financial Statement Fraud

Topic 2: The Profession’s Focus on Financial Statement Fraud

Topic 3: A Framework for Detecting Financial Statement Fraud

Topic 4: Revenue-Related Financial Statement Fraud

Topic 5: Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold Fraud

Topic 6: Fraud Involving the Understatement of Liabilities

Topic 7: Overstatement of Asset Fraud

Topic 8: Inadequate Disclosure Fraud

Topic 9: Fraud Prevention

Topic 10: Sarbanes-Oxley

Topic 11: Review For Competency Exam

Who Should Attend

  • Managers
  • Support Staff
  • Executives
  • Line Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Recent Graduates
  • Business Students
  • CEU Seekers
  • Career Pivoter
  • Resume Builders

Additional Information

Students must complete all sections to earn the Digital Badge of Completion.

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Section Schedule
Date and Time TBA
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Fee non-credit $599.00
Drop Request Deadline
No drop request allowed after enrollment
Transfer Request Deadline
No transfer request allowed after enrollment
Section Notes

This is a self-paced class and you will have 365 days to complete after enrollment.

This course is offered through Anderson School of Management.

UNM Staff, Faculty and Retirees can use their Tuition Remission benefit on professional development programs.

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