Undergraduate

Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting

Cybercrimes and identity theft are rapidly growing threats in today’s ever-increasing digital world. Assumption’s minor in Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting will provide students with the skills needed to combat crimes such as embezzlement and corporate malfeasance, restoring morality and ethics to the business world.

Program Tracks Available

Minor


Admission Deadline

Early Decision: November 15 (extended from November 1)

Early Action: November 15 (extended from November 1)

Early Action II: December 15

Regular Decision: February 15


Degrees Offered

B.A.


School

Grenon School of Business


Department

Accounting

Program Contact

Jennifer Niece, CPA, MBA

Chair, Department of Accounting, Associate Professor of Accounting
508-767-7245 Tsotsis Family Academic Center - Room 326

Program Curriculum


Assumption is dedicated to providing a clear understanding of what your education will cost

We’ll help cut through the complexity of financing your education, ensuring you understand what you need, how to apply for aid, and what’s expected of you. You will be assigned a personal financial aid advisor who will guide you through the process and answer all of your financial aid-related questions.

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Accelerated BA/MBA Dual Degree Program

Apply as a high school senior into the dual degree program with one application and benefit from being considered for a $2,500 Assumption Business Leader Scholarship (per year for 5 years), special programming, and the ability to take up to two MBA courses during your senior year.  We offer two tracks to choose from: Management and CPA (for accounting majors only). Learn more about all of the University's dual degree offerings.

Accelerated BA/MBA Dual Degree Program

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