FRA103 - Introduction to Computer Forensics
This course will provide an overview of digital forensics to aid the student in understanding the process of data creation, recovery, and analysis and the benefits of that knowledge during a forensic accounting engagement. The course will allow students to gain an understanding of working with investigations related to data forensics, emails, internet/web forensics, mobile devices, and networks. Also covered will be the topics of the litigation process including pre-trial, the day in court, and aspects of testifying as a computer forensics expert.
If English is not your native language, we recommend the equivalent English language proficiency of a minimum score of 557 paper-based or 83 internet-based on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), which is administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS).
The test scores are not required for enrollment in this course.
- CPE for Self-Reporting to your state accountancy board 19.5 CPE self-reporting
Applies To The Following Certificate
- Forensic Accounting Certificate : Required
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6 weeks per course, 3-4 hours each week
All course materials will be provided electronically.
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