CJUS 430 Fraud Examination and White-Collar Crime

This course analyzes the usually nonviolent criminal conduct described as violations of trust. Typologies of fraud and white-collar crime will be presented as occupational, governmental, corporate, financial, technical, professional, and religious in nature. Measurement and assessments of costs will include the economic and social damage. Various types of white-collar crime committed in the United States, including fraud, perjury, obstruction, computer crime, bribery and corruption, embezzlement, tax evasion, conspiracy, RICO, and organizational (entity) crime will be explored.




ENGL 106, ENGL 107, or ENGL 206, CJUS 101, CJUS 300, CJUS 345 or permission of the instructor