Accounting Fraud Investigation Program Requirements

Associate in Applied Science Degree – NMC Code 133

An exclusive partnership between Northwestern Michigan College and Davenport University allows us to offer students interested in forensic accounting the ability to earn an AAS in Fraud Investigation, which leads to further coursework at Davenport University before completing a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting Fraud Investigation. You will gain experience in communication, teamwork and leadership, as well as the skills necessary for criminal investigation techniques needed by the fraud examination professional.

Effective: Fall 2017

General Education Requirements Credits: 17-18

Class

Credits

Communications: ENG 111 and either BUS 231 or ENG 112*

8

Humanities: PHL 105 or PHL 201 or PHL 202

3

Mathematics: Placement into MTH 111**or higher, or completion of MTH 23*** with a 2.0 or higher

-

Science: Any Group 1 course with a lab

4

Social Sciences: ECO 201

3

Occupational Specialty Requirements: 45

Class

Credits

ACC 121 Accounting Principles I

4

ACC 122 Accounting Principles II

4

ACC 221 Intermediate Accounting I

4

ACC 222 Intermediate Accounting II

4

ACC 225 Cost/Management Accounting II

3

ACC 231 Federal Income Tax Problems

3

ACC 241 Principles Fraud Examination

3

BUS 101 Introduction to Business

3

BUS 261 Business Law I

3

CIT 210 Microsoft Office - Excel

3

CIT 216 Computerizing Accounting Systems

2

CJ 211 Criminal Law

3

ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics

3

SOC 231 Deviance and Criminal Behavior

3

*Transfer students will want to take ENG 112 to complete the ENG 111/112 sequence.
**Or a higher level math course, excluding MTH 116.
***These credits do not count toward the degree requirements.

Program Requirements: 62-63

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