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Forensic Accounting - Subsequent Bachelor of Science Degree
Looking to earn an additional bachelor’s degree? This degree is specifically designed for students who have already completed a bachelor's degree or higher.
Business Core (28 hours)
Major Area (36 hours)
- ACCT 310 - INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (4)
- ACCT 320 - INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II (4)
- ACCT 341 - FRAUD EXAMINATION (4)
- ACCT 342 - INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES FOR FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS (4)
- ACCT 343 - LEGAL ELEMENTS OF FRAUD (4)
- ACCT 344 - CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & INTERNAL CONTROL ASSESSMENT (4)
- ACCT 425 - ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS (4)
- ACCT 470 - AUDITING (4)
- ACCT 495 - ACCOUNTING RESEARCH & ANALYSIS (4)
Major Electives (4 hours)
Select 4 hours from:
- ACCT 330 - COST MANAGEMENT (4)
- ACCT 360 - GOVERNMENT & NOT FOR PROFIT ACCOUNTING (4)
- ACCT 390 - FEDERAL INCOME TAX I (4)
- ACCT 401 - ACCOUNTING ETHICS & PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES (4)
- ACCT 410 - ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP (1 - 9)
- ACCT 420 - FEDERAL INCOME TAX II (4)
- ACCT 480 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN ACCOUNTING (1 - 4)
- ACCT 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN ACCOUNTING (1 - 4)
- ENTR 395 - FOUNDATIONS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP (4)
- MIS 478 - QUANTITATIVE METHODS & ANALYSIS (4)
Each candidate for a subsequent degree must successfully complete in residence at Franklin University a minimum of 30 credit hours of 200 level courses or above, of which a minimum of 16 credit hours must be in major area courses at the 300 or 400 level. If the student is a previous Franklin bachelor of science degree graduate, the 30 credits must be earned after the first Franklin B.S. degree was awarded. If the required courses for a subsequent degree total less than 30 credit hours, the student may take Free Elective courses to achieve residency. Either PF 121 or PF 321 must be taken prior to the first BLF course, or it may be taken concurrently with the first 15-week BLF course. Students also must meet the University algebra competency requirement
A minimum GPA of 2.25 is required in the major area, and each major area course must be completed with a grade of “C” or better to count toward degree requirements.
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