Forensic Audit and Accounting MSc


Key information
Source: UCAS, November 2015.


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Course summary
Source: UCAS, November 2015.

Forensic accounting and the related discipline of forensic audit are fast-developing areas in the commercial world. The major professional accounting firms now have departments offering forensic accounting and audit services, and the demand for expertise in this area is growing exponentially.

There is a need for people with specialist skills who can undertake fraud investigations, valuations, assist in dispute resolution, prepare expert reports, and conduct fraud and forensic analysis.

Different course options
Source: UCAS, November 2015.

Full time | Treforest Campus | 1 year | SEP-16

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Full time


1 year

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These are the sub-topics that you will study as part of this course.

Source: HOTCOURSES, November 2015.

Expert Witness and Dispute Resolution

The role of an expert, including dispute resolution methods, legal and procedural requirements for experts in pre-trial and court situations.

Forensic Audit and Accounting

An introduction to the principles of forensic audit and accounting, including theoretical concepts allied to investigation and analysis.

Computer Law

The legal and regulatory framework of information systems, and the application of law on computer crime and misuse.

Tuition fees
Source: UCAS, November 2015.

UK fees
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Average for all Postgrad courses (per year)


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Entry requirements
Source: UCAS, November 2015.

A minimum 2.2 Honours degree in accounting, audit or finance. Alternatively, a minimum 2.2 Honours degree in business with an appropriate level of financial content, from a UK university. Equivalent accredited international or professional qualifications are acceptable.