Economic crime investigation is a hot topic these days as the news is filled with stories of financial fraud, identity theft, embezzlement, ponzi schemes and other financial crimes. Our economic crime investigation degree program prepares you for a career in this field by blending courses from our accounting, criminal justice, and computer forensics and digital investigation programs.
As the economy worsens the incidences of economic crimes rise and need for professionals trained in economic crime investigation increases as well. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics employment in this area is expected to rise faster than average through 2020.
Transfer in up to 90 credits toward your bachelor's degree; potentially leaving only 30 credits (or 10 courses) for you to earn through our upper-level courses. These credits can be transferred from prior college experience, earned through credit-by-exam, or by taking our prior learning assessment workshop.
By transferring in up to 90 credits combined with our 7-week accelerated courses, you can complete your degree faster and more affordably than ever before!