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2024-2025 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog 
2024-2025 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

Accounting, Upper-Division Certificate in Fraud and Forensic Accounting

Advisement for the certificate program is available from the Accounting and Legal Studies  Department.

The Upper-Division Certificate in Fraud and Forensic Accounting Program provides a new marketable skillset to individuals matriculating in undergraduate degree programs in accounting. This certificate is designed for professionals working in accounting, finance, systems/control, internal auditing, compliance and other related areas seeking a new technical skillset and enhanced employment and/or career advancement opportunities.

The certificate program is open to all SU students, including accounting majors and other majors.


This checklist is an unofficial tool for planning. Matriculated students and advisors should consult the Academic Requirements Report in GullNet before and after registering for classes each semester to track academic progress.

Certificate Requirements

  • Complete certificate courses with a C or better.
  • The certificate is for individuals who have attained at least junior status.
  • Complete 56 credit hours.

Required Accounting Courses (6 Credits)

Recommended Experiential Learning Courses (6 Credits)

Recommended Course Sequence

Fall or Spring Junior Year

Fall Senior Year - Courses Offered Fall Only; Must Be Taken Concurrently

Spring Senior Year - Courses Offered Spring Only; Must Be Taken Concurrently