MBA Fraud Management Frequently Asked Questions
For general questions regarding Utica College, please go to General Frequently Asked Questions.
- Is there a graduate entrance exam required for admission?
- How many courses do I take each semester?
- How is the job market for this type of degree?
- I have no background in fraud management, should I still consider this program?
- What can I expect during the residencies?
Is there a graduate entrance exam required for admission?
Files are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Applicants without a business background coupled with a GPA below a 3.0 may be required to take the GMAT.
How many courses do I take each semester?
Students typically take 6 credit hours per semester (2 courses) on average.
How is the job market for this type of degree?
Fraud investigation skills are in high demand in all areas of industry. This degree propels your career by providing you an in-depth understanding at an advanced level. The curriculum combines fraud management and investigation skill sets; relevant to all industries interested in preventing and detecting fraud.
I have no background in fraud management, should I still consider this program?
This degree was designed for the student who may not have a background in fraud management or investigations but is looking to gain the specific training to market themselves into all areas of the fraud field.
What can I expect during the residencies?
Each residency is a three day seminar at our campus in Utica, New York. During this time, you will build the foundation for your studies at Utica, utilize the technology in our computer labs, spend time in our state of the art Economic Crime and Justice Studies complex, work on group projects, learn the online course environment, and network with faculty, administrators and many other industry professionals.
** For more questions, please call (866) 295-3106 to speak with a Program Manager.