The purpose of the Introduction to Forensic and Investigative Accounting course is to provide participants with an overview of how forensic accounting differs from general accounting and auditing, as well as when and how a forensic accounting investigation can impact their area.

Program Level: Basic

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: N/A

Instructional Method: Group-Live

InstructorKevin Sisemore and Bonnie Love

Recommended CPE Credit: 1.0 Hours

Field of Study: Auditing

Course Objectives:

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Define forensic accounting;
  • Explain the role of the forensic accountant;
  • Describe the impact of forensic accounting in the public sector; and,
  • Identify the theories and practices of forensic accounting.


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