In the Economic Crime Investigation program, you will work with computers and electronic information as you gather, analyze, and preserve evidence. You may have the opportunity to work in many roles, including:
Advances in technology, economic trends and the current global political climate are insuring that white-collar crimes such as money laundering, health-insurance fraud, identity theft, and corporate account “book-cooking” are increasingly at the center of today’s criminal activity. Corporate and government employers need qualified professionals with accounting, computer, and investigative skills capable of dealing with these contemporary types of crime.
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GCC’s Economic Crime Investigation program gives students a strong educational foundation in all aspects of accounting, with exposure to criminal justice and information technology, to place you in a high-job-growth industry. Designed for those planning to transfer to baccalaureate colleges and universities, the program helps prepare you for entry-level careers in the field of financial investigation or prevention of white-collar crime.