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Graduate Certificate of Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting (FEA)
Graduate Certificate of Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting (FEA)

Graduate Certificate of Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting (FEA)

  • ID:SC010124
  • Level:Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma
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Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

  • Ontario university or college degree or college diploma or equivalent. Applicants with an equivalent combination of partial postsecondary and at least two years of related work experience may be considered for admission. A relevant resumé and references must be provided.

English Requirements

  • CAEL CE and CAEL online, Minimum 70 (Writing no less than 60)

  • Cambridge English Exams (B2 First/FCE, C1 Advanced/CAE or C2 Proficiency/CPE), Minimum 176 with no skill below 169

  • Duolingo, Minimum score 125 to 130

  • IELTS Academic, Minimum 6.5 with no skill below 6.0

  • PTE Academic, Minimum score 60

  • TOEFL iBT (including MyBest TOEFL and Home Edition), Minimum 88 with no skill below 22

  • TOEFL Revised Paper Delivered, No skill below 22

Course Information

With the growth of white-collar crime and budgetary pressures on law enforcement, many large organizations rely on their internal resources to prevent, detect and quantify fraud. This eight-month graduate certificate program will provide you with in-depth knowledge and computer techniques to investigate fraud, financial disputes and other irregularities in the business world.

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE®) estimates that a typical organization loses 5% of its annual revenue to fraud or $3.5 trillion globally with over half never recovering the funds.
Upon graduation from this program, you are strongly encouraged to pursue Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) designation through the ACFE®.


Throughout this program you will develop the following skills:

  • Fraud investigation

  • Law

  • Criminology

  • Ethics

  • Computer forensics

  • Data mining

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Semester 1: Offered in Fall

  • BAB231, Introduction to Business Law

  • FAC702, Fraud Investigation Basics

  • FAC723, Fraud and the Business Environment

  • FAC755, Criminology and Ethics

  • FAC771, Business Valuation and Quantification of Damages

Semester 2: Offered in Winter

  • FAC734, Money Laundering and Asset Tracing

  • FAC802, Fraud Investigation - Advanced

  • FAC823, Enterprise Risk Management and Internal Control

  • FAC834, Computer Forensics and Data Mining

  • FAC856, Financial Statement Fraud

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

When you graduate from this program, these are the types of employers waiting for you:

  • Public accounting firms

  • Banks

  • Insurance companies

  • Credit card companies

  • Government agencies

  • Financial regulators

  • A civilian employee in law enforcement

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Overseas Student Health Cover

Health Insurance $807.49CAD

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