Prepare to take on the rapidly changing, complex world of economic crimes, from data breaches and hacking to internal accounting schemes perpetrated by white-collar criminals. This program includes 34-55 core course credits, major course requirements (25-28 credits), major-related courses (18 credits), and a choice of two concentrations (18 credits). You’ll also complete sufficient elective courses to earn at least the minimum credit hours required for this degree. At least 60 credit hours of the 120 required must be in the liberal arts and sciences.
By choosing either Financial Investigation or Fraud Prevention and Detection as your concentration, you'll build relevant skills for the career you want. Plus, take part in a 5–16 credit internship and put your skills to work in a real-world organization and graduate even better prepared for the field.
The curriculum course abstracts on this page are meant to provide a high-level course overview and subject to change based on term, faculty, and/or institutional requirements. View the official course descriptions as written in the Utica College Academic Catalog and in adherence to regional compliance.