Fraud Examination

Fraud Examination Test Preparation Courses

If you're interested in finance and have a knack for detective work, consider a career as a Fraud Examiner. Alvernia University's fraud examination preparation courses will help you move closer to this career!

Alvernia University gives you the knowledge, critical awareness, and skills to better your professional life – and the world around you. Our courses are designed to meet the needs of working adults, which means you'll have:

  • Affordable pricing
  • Detailed preparation for test
  • Accelerated evening format
  • Certified Instructors
  • Personalized interaction
  • Intellectual stimulation

Advance your career.

If you're interested in finance and have a knack for detective work, consider a career as a Fraud Examiner. A fraud examiner is a professional of high moral character who investigates insurance and other claims for fraudulent activity. Fraud examiners will analyze property books, balance sheets and other information, looking for patterns that suggest inaccurate reporting or fraudulent activity. Fraud examiners can work for private firms, insurance companies or even the government. Certified fraud examiners may also testify in court on the basis of information they found.

The skills you need to be in demand.

Alvernia University will be offering four courses this spring and summer to help you prepare to take the Fraud Examination Test. The first course, Financial Accounting, is offered 1/18 - 3/10. This course emphasizes conceptual framework of accounting to enable students to analyze transactions in terms of their effects upon the financial condition of a business. The second course, Accounting Principles, is offered 3/14 - 5/5. This course builds upon and expands fundamental accounting principles such as corporate asset, debt and equity accounts, preparation and analysis of financial statements, and impact of cash flow.

The third course, Fraud Examiniation, is offered 5/16 - 6/30. This course will help you study how and why occupational fraud is committed, how fraudulent conduct can be deterred, and how allegations of fraud should be investigated and resolved. And lastly, the fourth course, Forensic Accounting, is offered 7/5 - 8/18. You will learn the professional skills necessary to detect, investigate and prevent fraud and white-collar crime through the financial records of a business.For detailed course information, please see our schedule.

All classes will be held at Alvernia's main campus in Reading, PA but will be teleconferenced from the Schuylkill Center and the Philadelphia Center as well.

Learn from experienced faculty and instructors.

Sometimes you just need a little extra help to prepare for an important career examination. That's where our faculty and instructors fit in. Their real-world expertise are as impressive as their academic backgrounds. Trained in adult learning and committed to furthering your education, they continually refine what they teach to reflect what’s really happening in the world.

Fraud Examination Test

The Fraud Examination Test is an accrediting process for individuals with the specialized skills necessary to detect, investigate, and deter fraud. The Examination's purpose is to establish a reliable testing instrument that adequately assesses the level of competence needed to become a Certified Fraud Examiner. Alvernia University does not administer the test for the Fraud Examination; however information on testing can be obtained through ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners).

Offices of the Graduate & Adult Education Division

Reading Office of Graduate & Adult Education Admissions

610.796.5187 or
888.258.3764 x6
Fax: 610.796.8367

Office Hours
Mon - Thurs 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Fri 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sat 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Philadelphia Office of Graduate & Adult Education Admissions

215.635.4734 or
888.258.3764 x7
Fax: 215.635.4590

Office Hours
Mon - Thurs 8:30 am – 8:00 p.m.
Fri - By appointment
Sat - By appointment

Schuylkill Office of Graduate & Adult Education Admissions

570.385.2382 or
888.258.3764 x9
Fax: 570.385-2386

Office Hours
Mon - Thurs 9 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Fri - Sat, By Appointment

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