For information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.
Accountants who practice in both public and private sectors have a fiduciary responsibility to ensure the accuracy of organizations’ financial statements. One of the most important goals of an accountant is maintaining the public’s trust in the accuracy of those financial statements. Recognizing the “red flags” of fraudulent activities and implementing fraud prevention and detection measures are crucial to the accomplishment of this goal.
Textbook readings and lecture presentations
Course Requirements Checklist
After reading the Course Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.
Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student will participate in 4 Discussions. In each discussion, the student will submit a thread directly addressing the prompt in 500–800 words. The thread must include at least 3 peer-reviewed sources and integrate at least 1 biblical principle. In addition, the student will submit a meaningful reply to the thread of at least 1 classmate. The reply must be 275–400 words and include at least 1 peer-reviewed source. All Discussion posts must adhere to current APA format.
Individual Learning Project Assignments (2)
The student will submit two (2) individual learning projects. Each individual learning project consists of three (3) real world or hypothetical cases. Data or financial statements will be provided for each case. The student must analyze the data using the fraud detection methods learned in this course and identify if a fraud has occurred. Each Individual Learning Project must be 3-4 pages for each case, total 10-12 pages in addition to the title page, references, and exhibits and must include at least 3 peer reviewed sources in addition to the course textbook and the Bible. A biblical application must be included. The assignment must be in current APA format.
The student will complete 2 quizzes based on the textbook and other materials required in this course. Each quiz is open-book/open-notes and contains 100 multiple-choice questions (MCQ). The student will have a time limit of 1 hour to complete each quiz.