Courses

 
The Economic Crime Prevention and Investigation degree program draws on courses from a variety of disciplines. These courses include:

ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I (3)
ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting
ACCT 360 Accounting Information Systems (3)
ACCT 370 Fraud and White Collar Crime (3)
ACCT 470 Forensic Accounting (3)
CS 235 – Computer Networks and Security (3)
CS 355 – Computer Forensics (3)
CRIM 241 Criminology (3)
CRIM 244 Criminal Justice Process (3)
ECON 201 Principles of Economics - Micro (3)
ECON 202 Principles of Economics - Macro
ECON 365 Economics of Terrorism (3)
PHIL 101 Introduction to Ethics (3)
PSYC 263 Psychology of Law (3)

 
Complete one of the following 3 statistics courses:

BUAD 241 Business Statistics (3)
SOCI 370 Statistics for Sociologists (3)
ECON 250 Research Methods in Economics (4)

 
Complete one of the following 3 internship courses:

BUAD 399 Internship in Business (1-12)
ECON 399 Managerial Economics Internship (1-12)
SOCI 399 Internships in Sociology (1-6)
SOCI 399 Internships in Sociology (1-6)

In addition to the above required courses, students must complete 2 upper-division courses in accounting, economics, or criminal justice.