Careers in Criminal Financial Investigation
Professional Outcomes of the Financial Crimes Investigator Certificate
In 2002, there were 17,000 police agencies throughout the United States, employing approximately 922,000 police officers at the federal, state, and local levels of government*. The vast majority of these officers have received little or no preparation and/or training in how to investigate the types of white-collar crimes perpetrated.
There is also a growing need within the private sector to hire qualified people to perform investigations in-house for a variety of corporations; including banking and financial institutions, insurance companies, manufacturing firms, a variety of organizations within the service sector, computer and software companies, transportation and utility services, wholesale and retail trade.
If you would like more information about the online Financial Crimes Investigator certificate contact us at (866) 295-3106 and speak with a Program Manager.
When you have completed your certificate in Financial Crimes Investigator and transfer to the online Bachelor of Science in Economic Crime Investigation, you will be prepared to enter the workforce immediately in an entry-level, professional position in:
- :: Forensic Accounting
- :: Tax crime investigation
- :: Insurance Fraud
- :: Corporate Financial Fraud
- :: Identity Theft Investigation
- :: Credit Card Fraud
Whatever your chosen path, your new financial investigation skills will make you a valuable asset to any organization.
Request More Information or call us today toll-free at (866) 295-3106 to speak with a Program Manager.