One Year Technical Certificate
Curriculum Code 6218
The Business Forensics Investigations One-Year Technical Certificate provides current criminal justice professionals and others with basic skills used for investigations of fraud and other white collar crimes. This certificate brings together three professional areas: Accounting, digital forensics and criminal justice. Students are trained in digital forensics and data recovery tools, evidence collection, proper criminal investigation practices, evidence and report preparation for litigation. Coursework listed below can be used to satisfy the requirements of the Associate of Applied Science in Computer Engineering Technology – Forensics Accounting Investigations Major. Certification as a Fraud Examiner or as a Certified Forensic Accountant will require a Bachelor degree. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership.
For more information about this certificate, please contact Hikmat Chedid at 440-366-7017 or email@example.com.
|ACTG 151||Accounting I – Financial||4|
|CMNW 101||A+ Certification Preparation I||4|
|CRMJ 146||Criminal Justic Investigation||3|
|ENGL 161||College Composition I||3|
|MTHM 121||Technical Mathematics I *** OR||4|
|MTHM 151||College Mathematics||3|
|SDEV 101||College 101 ^||1|
|ACTG 253||Forensic Accounting >||3|
|CMNW 120||Cyber Forensics, Cyber Crime and the Law||4|
|CMNW 121||Data Collection, Analysis and Forensic Tools||4|
|PSYH 151||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|Total Credit Hours: 32/33|
1. > Indicates that this course requires a prerequisite.
2. OR Indicates that a student may select either course, which may have an effect on the total credit hours.
3. *** Indicates that a student enrolled in MTHM 121 must also complete MTHM 122.
4. ^ A student must register for the orientation course when enrolling for more than six credit hours per semester or any course that would result in an accumulation of 13 or more credit hours.
Established April 2013
Revised January 2015
Effective May 2015