- 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
- 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
A Bachelor’s degree must be awarded by the time student enters the program
No (GRE) Graduate Record Examination required
On Campus and Online
All applicants must submit the following:
- A completed Graduate Student Application, online through www.neumann.edu
- Official transcripts from all institutions attended (WES or ECE evaluated if international)
- Letter of intent which outlines why you wish to pursue the Master of Science in Accounting degree
- Two official, professional letters of reference
- Current professional resume
- Official TOEFL/IELTS Score (required only if English is not your native language)
A maximum of nine  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