Online Executive Master of Science in Economic Crime Management
Creating tomorrow's crime fighters today
The Executive Master of Science degree program in Economic Crime Management from Utica College is the only graduate level program of its kind in the Americas.
This groundbreaking, advanced degree provides professional education to members of private corporations, government and professional associations who desire to advance their competencies in managing corporate and advanced technological resources to combat financial crime.
The Economic Crime Management Executive Masterís program combines the areas of management, technology, and analytical skills with a knowledge and understanding of economic crime from a global perspective, and focuses on fraud and risk management strategies, current economic crime challenges, and applying innovative technological and analytical solutions. It has been designed to meet the growing security demands placed on experienced personnel in law enforcement, private corporations, government, and the military in the post 9/11 global environment.
A Respected, Professional Economic Crime Management Program
The Executive Master in Economic Crime Management program was developed in cooperation with the Board of Advisors of the Economic Crime institute, which is comprised of individuals who are leaders in various industries and governmental organizations that aggressively and proactively combat economic crime.
Current students and graduates of the Economic Crime Management program become part of a large global network through their affiliation with each other and with the Economic Crime Institute Board of Advisors.
An Innovative Economic Crime Management Curriculum
The curriculum, based on the four themes of management, technology, analytical methods, and economic crime, was developed in collaboration with experts in private industry, government, and law enforcement, and is continually updated to meet societal changes.
The courses cover organizational theory and management, research methods, economic crime, legal issues, Internet and computer security, and fraud analysis. Students are required to complete a professional project or thesis as a capstone to their academic experience.
The award-winning program can be completed in two years of part-time study. The two-year program is fully integrated, so that the two courses that the students take each semester build upon the courses they have completed. The student progress as a cohort meaning they attend all classes together working towards attaining their degree. Students benefit from networking with one another during the course of the program.
It utilizes a flexible, online format with faculty-directed study and two on-campus residencies. This schedule allows students wishing to lead organizations that are operating in a global environment to acquire the requisite knowledge, skills, and vision with minimal impact on their full-time positions.
Evolve your professional skills in the critical field of economic crime with our Executive Master in Economic Crime Management online. Request More Information or call us today toll-free at (866) 295-3106 to speak with a Program Manager.
Utica College, is the first college in the nation to become an education partner with the preeminent association for financial crime specialists - Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). The partnership provides some very important benefits to both ACAMS members and Utica students, including tuition discounts and preparation for the CAMS certification exam. Click here for the press release or request more information about the discounts available to Utica students and ACAMS members.
The comprehensive curriculum in our Masterís in Economic Crime Management program will also support your preparation for the CFE exam presented by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the premier certification for anti-fraud professionals around the world.
Our suite of programs in Economic Crime and Justice Studies is formally recognized by the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) and we are an academic member of the organization.