Economic Crime Investigation
In response to the current need nationally for trained professional with accounting, computer, and investigative skills to probe "white-collar" crimes, Roberts Wesleyan College offers a program in Economic Crime Investigation. ECI is an interdisciplinary major that blends courses from criminal justice and accounting.
B.S. Program Credits: 130-143
General Education:B.S. 60
Major/Concentration: B.S. 62
Accounting Credits: 8
Standard Completion Time
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
What Will I Learn?
You will be given a firm foundation in the procedures of criminal investigation and preparation of evidence for the justice system in Criminal Justice courses required. In addition, you will learn accounting, auditing, and an understanding of the computer systems that are used in today's businesses.
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Where Can It Take Me?
- City of Rochester office of public integrity
- Department of Justice US Attorney’s Office for the Western District
- Computer networking analyst
- Cyber-crime analyst
- Fraud analyst
- Insurance fraud investigator
- Mercyhurst College,
- Rochester Institute of Technology,
- Adler University,
- University at Albany,
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice,
- Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Who Will I Meet?
Mark Concordia, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
is an experienced law enforcement practitioner. Professor Concordia worked every aspect of the criminal justice system corrections, local police patrol, narcotics investigations, police supervision, and criminal investigations at the state and federal level. He spent over 13 years assigned to the FBI Buffalo Division’s Joint Terrorism Task Force. The counterterrorism experience, training, and casework allowed Professor Concordia to become a recognized counterterrorism subject matter expert and accomplished lecturer and law enforcement instructor. He uses his unique and varied practitioner experience to create a vibrant learning environment that integrates theoretical concepts with hands-on group based learning activities and case studies
Take Your Next Step
Visit the Department of Criminal Justice Page