SEC 611 White Collar Crime

This course explores white-collar crime, including insider trading, stock manipulation, embezzling and other crimes, with a specific emphasis on corporate fraud and the prevalence of organizational crime in the workplace. Students will develop a foundational knowledge of the principles and theories of theft, internal controls and corporate crime. Students will also acquire an understanding of the role of private security and law enforcement in prevention, detection and response to occupational fraud with a view to analyzing specific situations and formulating appropriate responses.

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Define White Collar Crime

Define Occupational Crime and Corporate Crime

Analyze and Identify why Occupational and Corporate Crimes are committed, who commits them, and how can they be stopped

Identify preventative measures corporations can take to prevent Occupational Crime

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