Jason A. RileyHuman Resources Project Consultant – Medicines Development UnitEli Lilly and Company
“The Contributions of Diversity from a Human Resources Perspective”Date: Thursday, December 3, 2015Time: 6:30 PMLocation: LB 125
New course for Spring 2016!
Forensics - FIN 299X
An interesting 3 credit course offered as an elective for all majors
Mondays/Wednesdays 4:00-5:15 pm
Financial Forensics is the use of finance and accounting-related information in a legal setting. This course is designed to provide students with the background, basic knowledge and skills to apply forensic techniques. Topics covered may include detecting fraud, money laundering and transactional flows, reconstructing income, litigation support and court room procedures, computing commercial and economic damage, and valuation. Pre-req: ACC 201 or CJC 101
Come to the Department of Finance and Insurance office in WB 301 for permission to enroll
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