Course Overview

First coined in 1939, the term white collar crime describes financial misconduct to include fraud, cybercrime and anti-trust violations plus a host of other felony level crimes. While these crimes are not violent in the traditional sense, the victims lose their reputations, savings and peace of mind.  A good number of white collar perpetrators are well-educated, gainfully employed and unlikely to spend a day in jail for the havoc they create. From political crimes and consumer fraud to religious malfeasance and corporate crimes, we’ll examine the wide world of white collar crime and discuss some infamous cases.

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