La Salle University
College of Professional and Continuing Studies
Economic Crime Forensics
Master of Science in Economic Crime Forensics
Our Master of Science in Economic Crime Forensics blends key components from La Salle's graduate programs in Computer Information Science, Information Technology Leadership, and the Master of Business Administration with additional training in the theory of criminal justice, litigation preparation, and corporate ethics to create a unique master's degree program. Our program also provides an additional path for technology managers interested in pursuing a leadership career by integrating financial compliance with corporate business goals.
Online learning at La Salle offers the same rigorous curriculum as face-to-face learning with increased flexibility for those juggling busy schedules. Courses will meet both asynchronously, using discussion boards, and synchronously, using programs that allow real-time chat and video or audio web conferencing to help you stay connected with your instructors and classmates.
The Master of Science in Economic Crime Forensics is designed to address the need for students skilled in detection, prevention, and litigation support of economic crime. The curriculum combines theory with practice through evaluation of economic crime cases. Students assess real-world situations, estimate risk mitigation, and prepare evidence to support causation. Each course is designed to formulate the relevant theory and devise practical application of theory through evaluation of relevant case studies, evaluation and analysis of computer software products and data, and justification of research areas related to economic crime. This program will give students the opportunity to select one of two areas of focus:
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Financial Aid: Yes
International Financial Aid: Yes
Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 6,000-9,999