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This MSc degree is offered by Oxford Business College, Executive Education Centre of Excellence in partnership with Nottingham Trent University through its primary collaborative partner, dg Anti-Fraud Consultants.
The degree comprises some six taught modules and one cap-stone dissertation. The programme can be studied very flexibly, through a combination of face-to-face taught modules delivered at Oxford Business College’s campuses in Oxford and elsewhere and on-line. Further students can progress through stages to complete the MSc, for example through completing a Post-Graduate Certificate (PG Cert) in the Management of Fraud Investigation, a Post-Graduate Diploma (PG Dip) in the Management of Fraud Investigation and finally the MSc.
These elements comprise the below modules with level 7 credit points (cpts) shown:
This course aims to develop in-depth knowledge and understanding of the techniques, practices, methodologies and application of the management of fraud investigations. During your studies, you will engage in a process of scholarship and research that will include a critical awareness of current legal and ethical issues and developments in the management of fraud investigations. The course also helps you to build your skills, enabling you to develop your investigative expertise against the professional and industry standards.
This course is specifically designed for individuals working in, or seeking to work in, a wide range of fraud investigation organisations including: law enforcement, military police, insurance industry (especially the motor trade), health, as well as private sector organisations including forensic accountants and auditors.
This course is aimed at all managers and financial investigators to increase their awareness and knowledge of how criminal proceeds are
This course will be suitable for internal and external auditors, forensic accountants, financial investigators, members of the police service and other law enforcement agencies.