Economic Crime Management Frequently Asked Questions
For general questions regarding Utica College, please go to General Frequently Asked Questions.
- Can I take one class at a time?
- What type of jobs can you move into after completion?
- What type of experience do I need to enter the program?
- Why is there a residency?
Can I take one class at a time?
It is designed to be completed in a cohort model track, requiring students to take two classes per semester. In some instances, with approval from your academic advisor, one class per semester is allowed.
What type of jobs can you move into after completion?
There are a variety of different opportunities this degree can open up to you. Utica's program provides professionals the training and resources necessary to advance into high-level fraud management and law enforcement positions. This degree can open opportunities in auditing, compliance, risk management, economic crimes and anti-money laundering, to name a few.
What type of experience do I need to enter the program?
All applicants need to have at least 2 years of fraud-related experience. Typical backgrounds include fraud investigations, law enforcement, loss prevention managers, military police personnel, auditors and compliance officers, etc.
Why is there a residency?
There are two residency requirements. The residencies are completed the first and third semester on our campus in Utica, NY. The residencies are designed to meet three needs: give you the ability to experience a classroom environment using state-of-the-art technology available on campus, network with other professionals in your cohort, and accomplish any coursework that would be otherwise very challenging online.
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