FORE 300 – Fraud and Commercial Crime – Fall 2012

FORE 300 – Fraud and Commercial Crime – Fall 2012

This is a required course in Vancouver Island University’s Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation Advanced Diploma

Course Overview

An overview of fraud and commercial crime for forensic accountants, investigators, and other professionals interested in this area. Topics Include commercial crime and business fraud prevention and detection. Fraud psychology, vulnerability to fraud, characteristics and red flags of various frauds, forensic investigation professionals and standards, and professional standards and ethical codes.  

Course Website

This online course is delivered in the Desire2Learn Learning Management System. Access Vancouver Island University’s Desire2Learn courses at – click on Desire2Learn and you should see your course.

Course Outline – Fall 2012, Section F12W01

Published by Vanessa Oltmann

Vanessa Oltmann, MBA, CGA, CFI Editor: The Fraud Chronicles VIU Faculty - Forensics and Accounting (Adjunct Faculty) Coordinator - Forensic Accounting & Fraud Investigation Advanced Diploma (Retired) Coordinator - Fraud & Ethics Research & Education Centre (Retired) Vancouver Island University Twitter: @fighting_fraud Pinterest: Facebook: Google+: