Fraud Examination Minor

The following requirements are effective for students admitted on or after Fall 2017:

Minor Requirements (18 credit hours)

  • BUA 101 Financial Accounting for Decision Making (3)
  • BUA 387 Fraud Examination (3)
  • BUA 487 Advanced Fraud Examination (3)
  • JUS 200 Principles of Investigation (3)
  • JUS 250 Consumer Fraud and White Collar Crime (3)
  • JUS 341 Law of Criminal Evidence (3)

 

Advising Notes

  • A minimum of 25% of the credits required for a minor needs to be earned at UMA for it to be awarded.
  • A student may be awarded any minor as long as no more than six credits of the minor can be used to fulfill the requirements of the student’s major or concentration.
  • Students are encouraged to contact their faculty advisor and the Advising Center for academic advising and support services throughout their stay at UMA.

This program resides under the College of Professional Studies

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