Fraud Prevention and Management (2020)

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The intent of the Fraud Prevention and Management Knowledge Unit is to provide students with the necessary knowledge to develop plans and processes for a holistic approach to preventing and mitigating fraud throughout the system lifecycle.


After completing the KU, students will be able to:

  1. Describe the components of the fraud triangle - necessary condition for fraud.
  2. Describe the cost and effectiveness of common fraud detection, investigative procedures, and prevention methods.
  3. Analyze record keeping and management procedures for assets and to identify/correct weaknesses.
  4. Describe legal and ethical requirements for detecting, preventing and reporting fraud.
  5. Describe common methods of financial statement fraud.


  1. Symptom Recognition
  2. Data Driven Detection
  3. Investigation of Theft
  4. Concealment
  5. Conversion Methods
  6. Inquiry and Reporting
  7. Financial, Revenue and Inventory
  8. Liability and inadequate disclosure
  9. Consumer fraud


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