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Program Features

  • Teaches investigative skills to expose white collar crime
  • 30 credit hours
  • Can be completed in 18 months
  • Combines in-class and hybrid instruction
  • Faculty are working professionals
  • Online option available starting Fall 2020

Outcomes

  • Forensic accounting is one of the fastest growing fields in law enforcement.
  • You will learn how to collect and examine evidence, demonstrate knowledge of transaction reconstruction, and apply the science of forensics to financial statement analysis.
  • Credits earned count toward the 150 hours needed to sit for your CPA exam.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dr, Janet Massey

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A Bachelor’s degree must be awarded by the time student enters the program

No (GRE) Graduate Record Examination required

18 months

On Campus and Online

All applicants must submit the following:

  1.  A completed Graduate Student Application, online through www.neumann.edu
  2. Official transcripts from all institutions attended (WES or ECE evaluated if international)
  3. Letter of intent which outlines why you wish to pursue the Master of Science in Accounting degree
  4. Two official, professional letters of reference
  5. Current professional resume
  6. Official TOEFL/IELTS Score (required only if English is not your native language)

A maximum of nine [9] credits may be transferred into the program with the approval of the Division Dean

 Rolling Admissions (Spring/Summer/Fall)

2-3 weeks prior to term starting

 

 

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