The typical organization loses 5% of its annual revenues to fraud for an estimated global loss exceeding $13.7 trillion. That’s 13.7 trillion reasons – and counting – why forensic accountants and fraud examiners are so highly prized, and compensated, in the business world. Seton Hill’s new M.B.A. in forensic accounting and fraud examination prepares future accountants to receive Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) credentials.
Like all of Seton Hill’s MBA Programs, this MBA is offered in an online hybrid format to provide the ultimate in learning flexibility. As an MBA student at Seton Hill, you can choose to take courses online or on campus, so you can tailor your learning experience without sacrificing any of the personalized support that Seton Hill is known for. Seton Hill MBA faculty are readily available to you - in person, online or by phone – throughout the program.
All members of Seton Hill’s MBA Program faculty have professional business experience in addition to academic expertise. As a result, they share thorough, real-world-applicable knowledge in every course. This is one of the primary reasons that Seton Hill has a 97% career placement rate for graduates.
“The text may provide a step-by-step methodology for performing due diligence and completing an acquisition,” says MBA Program Director Douglas Nelson, D.Sc., “but in practice, leaders encounter a myriad of challenges and complexities that our instructors can point out from experience, and share their insight on what one can do to proactively identify and minimize these risks.”
In addition to the new Forensic Accounting & Fraud Examination M.B.A., Seton Hill also offers M.B.A. degrees in:
There is no GRE or GMAT required at Seton Hill, and you can start the MBA Program at six different times throughout the year. You have the option to complete the degree in one year (or take it slower if that’s what works for you). Plus, you will have all of the services of Seton Hill’s award-winning Career and Professional Development Center at your disposal as a student, and for as long as you need them after you graduate.