Governmental, Small Medium Enterprise and Not-For-Profit Frauds

Code: OLRN1392

Course description

Students learn about government, small medium enterprise (SME) and not-for-profit (NFP) frauds including: contract rigging, funding entitlement programs, fictions or double billing schemes, and kick back affect, cash larceny and skimming schemes. In addition to learning the characteristics and types of SME and NFP organizations, students are exposed to how internal controls and the Board of Directors play an integral role in the prevention of NFP and SME frauds. Students review recent government frauds and attempt to determine the cause and how they could be prevented in the future. They also learn the characteristics and types of SME frauds and how they differ from frauds against large government and private organizations.

Course details

Hours: 50
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None
Fall 2019 registration opens July 8, 2019. Winter 2020 registration opens November 4, 2019.