Why Study Forensic Accounting at Madonna University?
- A Forensic Accounting certificate combines coursework in accounting and criminal justice.
- Potential career paths include law enforcement, the banking and insurance industries, and public accounting.
- This is a fast growing field, where graduates are in high demand.
The Forensic Accounting Certificate is an inter-disciplinary program that combines coursework in accounting and criminal justice. Forensic accountants investigate all forms of financial misconduct, including financial statement fraud and theft of assets, check and credit card fraud, and insurance fraud. Graduates of programs in this field are in high demand.
|Careers||Grad School||Employers of Alumni|
|Tax auditor||Walsh College||FBI|
|Government auditor||Eastern Michigan University||IRS|
|Fraud investigator||Wayne State University||State of Michigan|
|Accounting systems analyst||Oakland University||Comerica Bank|
|Insurance investigator||University of Michigan||Plante Moran|
|Loss prevention expert||Auto-Owners Insurance|
|Ernst & Young|
The Forensic Accounting Certificate has attracted both accounting and criminal justice majors for more than 10 years. Many of these graduates are now employed in law enforcement, banking, insurance, and public accounting.