At Champlain College we design our online programs for working adults, and there's nowhere this is more evident than in our curricula. The economic crime investigation bachelor's program is comprised of both professional and general education courses that provide foundational knowledge and immediate take-aways that can be applied on the job.

Whether it's PHIL 340, Ethics in the Professions, that will help you to formulate arguments, practice deliberation and assess the implications of decisions across your organization; ENGL 315, Writing in the Workplace, where you will learn not simply how to craft a better essay, but also how to be more effective in your written communication on the job; or CFDI 350, White Collar Crime, where you will gain insight into the motives behind white-collar crime and the methods used by white-collar criminals to pursue their criminal investigations, you will find courses that are focused, relevant, and delivered in an accelerated 7-week format.

Course #TitleCredits
ACCT 130 Financial Accounting 3
ACCT 140 Managerial Accounting 3
ACCT 230 Intermediate Accounting I 3
ACCT 231 Intermediate Accounting II 3
ACCT 280 Forensic Accounting 3
ACCT 420 Auditing 3
ACCT or CFDI Elective 3
CFDI 240 Digital Forensic Investigation Techniques 3
CFDI 345 Operating Systems Forensics 3
CFDI 350 White-Collar Crime 3
CFDI 360 Cybercrime 3
CFDI 450 Sr. Seminar in Digital Investigation 3
CFDI 270 Anti-Forensics & Network Forensics 3
CMIT 130 Networking Fundamentals 3
CMIT 135 Introduction to Computer Systems 3
CRIM 120 Criminal Law 3
CRIM 121 Criminal Procedure 3
CRIM 225 Law of Searching & Seizing Digital Evidence 3
CRIM 260 Research Methods in Criminal Justice 3
CRIM 310 Investigative Interviewing 3
MGMT 240 Corporate Finance and Financial Markets 3
CYBR 210 Foundations of Cybersecurity 3
Total Credits from Professional Courses 66

General Education

Course #TitleCredits
PSYC 100 or SOCI 110 Introduction to Psychology or Introduction to Sociology 3
ENGL 111 Critical Reading & Expository Writing I 3
ENGL 112 Critical Reading & Expository Writing II 3
MATH 180 Introduction to Statistics 3
COMM 130 Interpersonal Communication 3
ECON 205 Microeconomics 3
COMM 270 Intercultural Communication 3
PHIL 210 Critical Thinking 3
ENGL 315 Writing in the Workplace 3
PHIL 340 Ethics in the Professions 3
SCIE 170 Introduction to Forensic Science 4
History Elective 3
Writing or English Elective 3
Fine Arts Elective 3
General Electives 11
Total Credits from General Education 54
Total Credits to Earn This Degree 120

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