Forensic accounting is the fastest growing niche market in the accounting profession.
Our program is specifically designed for working professionals with a unique hybrid structure.
Earn your degree in 16 months, with biweekly virtual classes and 8 weekend campus visits.
We focus on all types of engagements of a forensic accountant, providing a broad knowledge base, including investigative and communication skills.
Curriculum designed by practicing forensic accountants; all instructors are active practitioners.
We offer the first Master of Forensic Accounting program in the nation, with a curriculum that provides an educational framework founded on both theory and practical application. Content areas of this program include criminology, professional research and writing, persuasive communication, legal framework, professional ethics, data analysis, and fundamentals of various forensic accounting engagements.
MFAcc students will be able to demonstrate a foundational knowledge of forensic theory, as well as an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the forensic accountant. Graduates of the program will be able to farther and analyze evidence, be able to document and present findings and conclusions, and develop a mindset of professional skepticism, using critical thinking and creative approaches to complex problem solving.
To be admitted to the MFAcc program, applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in undergraduate work, including:
In addition, applicants must submit three letters of recommendation:
Cost for the MFAcc program is $30,000 plus textbooks. (Meals during on-campus residencies are included in the cost.)
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Find out more about this program by downloading our Fact Sheet – a brief view of what our program is all about.
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Learn more about the course, curriculum, and graduation requirements.
Download the MFAcc Curriculum Modules
The MFAcc is a module-based program, comprised of eight 8-week modules (equivalent to 5 semester hours each) over a period of sixteen months.
Download the MFAcc Schedule (schedule is subject to change).
Students meet on campus for a total of eight two-day class sessions, held on Fridays from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Meals, including dinner on Friday evening and breakfast and lunch on Saturday, are provided.
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