Programme in forensic and investigative auditing -UNISA
The severity of commercial crime, highlighted by recent research and cases such as Leisurenet and Fidentia emphasise the need that exists in society to prevent and detect commercial crime, and to ensure that effective remedial actions are implemented.
Who should enrol for this course?
This course is aimed at persons whose prime interest is in the prevention, detection or investigation of commercial crime.
Course duration, tuition and language
The programme consists of four (4) modules which have to be passed in order to obtain the certificate. Students may register for all four or fewer modules in one year. The programme is presented in English. Tuition is through distance education by means of study guides, tutorial letters and assignments.
A senior certificate, and at least three years relevant working experience or a relevant diploma or degree.
Requirements to qualify for the short course certificate:
Assignments:Students will be required to qualify for admission to the examination by submitting assignments for each module.
Formal examination: For each module, a two-hour written examination will be conducted in order to assess the theoretical and practical knowledge gained in the course.
To pass a module a student must obtain a minimum of 50%. A mark of at least 75% will constitute a distinction.
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