About the course
This course will enhance your accounting, finance or business-related skills and develop your career prospects in forensic accounting roles with organisations worldwide. It is designed to further students’ undergraduate business studies. While you will become familiar with all the following areas of forensic accounting, you will develop a deeper, specialist knowledge in one.
•Specialise in forensic accounting
This course enhances specialist knowledge and expertise for accountants, auditors and allied professionals and caters to professional practitioners seeking theoretical depth
•You may progress on to PhD level
You will develop research skills that will enable you to move on to study at a PhD level
•Participate in contests
We actively seek and partner in innovative learning experiences, for example, the ‘White-Collar Hacking Contest’ run by the Technical University of Munich
•Boost your earning potential
Business and Law postgraduates command an average starting salary of £44,186 (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey, 2013/14)
•Gain practical experience in a variety of areas in Forensic Accounting by studying the new Digital Forensics Principles and Practice module
Teaching and assessment
Modules include formal lectures, tutorials, workshops, and interactive sessions.
This is a course for graduates seeking to enhance their financial knowledge and skills, and develop their career prospects in accounting and financial roles with organisations worldwide.
Typical modules include:
*Fraud Examination and Investigation
*Internal Control and Audit
*Financial Crime and Law
Industry links and professional accreditationDe Montfort University
is an ACCA Approved Learning Partner with Gold status and accredited by CIMA.
The Department of Accounting and Finance has a strong work-related bias, offering professional, postgraduate and undergraduate courses. You will develop an advanced understanding of accounting and finance issues for the private and public sectors, both nationally and internationally, enhancing your career prospects with key financial skills sought after by many organisations.
You should have a good honours degree or overseas equivalent, in a business, accounting, finance, banking or economics-related subject or you should have passed ACCA F1-F9. If English is not your first language, an IELTS score of 6.5 (including a minimum of 5.5 in each component) or equivalent is normally required. English language tuition is available at DMU both before and during the course, if required.