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Fundamentals of Financial Fraud Detection
Program Code: 20-101-4


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Not Financial Aid Eligible

For people who want to develop a basic skill set related to fraud investigation in a business setting. These skills allow people to be more employable and more effective in their current role.

  • Learn basic cash flow concepts.
  • Examine and understand fiscal internal concepts.
  • Gain knowledge in reading and understanding basic financial statements.
  • Learn to identify and understand various types of fraud.
  • Develop skills in various accounting software (QuickBooks, Excel, etc).
  • Gain knowledge in basic accounting principles (debits and credits).
  • Study and understand the fiscal audit process.
  • Understand basic criminal justice investigative procedures.
  • Classes offered in the evening or online.

Note: Of the required courses for this certificate:

  • 9 credits transfer directly into the Accounting program, and up to 6 credits count as electives.
  • 6 credits count as core in the Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement program, and up to 6 credits count as electives.
  • 3 credits count as core in the Banking & Financial Services program, and up to 6 credits count as electives.
  • Apply 6 credits as electives to any FVTC associate degree.


To begin, contact:

FVTC-Appleton
Scott Borley
1825 N. Bluemound Drive
P.O. Box 2277
Appleton, WI 54912-2277
(920) 996-2983
borley@fvtc.edu





Students must follow the program curriculum in place at the time of enrollment into the program.
If you have questions, contact your advisor.

2014-15 Educational Program