Utica College

Utica College

Degree Title: Bachelor of Science in Economic Crime Investigation
College: Utica College
Degree Level: Bachelor
Accreditation: Accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
Requirements: Associate's degree or at least 57 credits from a 4-year institution is required for admission.
Program Desc: Utica College's Bachelor of Science in Economic Crime Investigation degree combines the study of criminal justice with that of accounting and computer science to provide future practitioners with an understanding of the evolving problems of fraud, corporate crime, and computer crime. As economic crime is an area of increasing concern in today's technologically advanced society, students completing Utica's growing innovative programs earn a highly marketable degree. Financial investigation is the primal focus of this degree. The concentration in financial investigation links the theory and practice of accounting to the detection and control of fraud and other related economic crimes. The curriculum consists of a wide spectrum of criminal justice, economic crime, sociology and other courses to provide enhanced skills in understanding and investigating economic crimes. This degree offers extensive career opportunities to students who have an interest in criminal justice, forensic accounting, fraud auditing and computer science. This degree requires 126 credit hours to complete.
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