Students given insight into forensic accounting as a career

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Pictured are the Bachelor of Arts in Accounting, year 3 and Bachelor of Science in Computer Forensics, year 2 classes

Pictured are the Bachelor of Arts in Accounting, year 3 and Bachelor of Science in Computer Forensics, year 2 classes

Guest speaker from Grant Thornton gives example of forensic accounting with real life fraud case for Accounting and Computer Foreniscs students

In March Kevin Hart, a Director from the Forensics Services of Grant Thornton Ireland, visited WIT to give a presentation on the subject of Forensic Accounting to the Bachelor of Arts in Accounting, year 3 and Bachelor of Science in Computer Forensics, year 2 classes.

Kevin drew on his experience of a real-life fraud case to explain the importance of key concepts such as the Fraud Triangle. Feedback from the students indicated that they had thoroughly enjoyed the presentation as shown by some of their comments.

"It was very inspiring as Kevin is so interested in his work’ and ‘it gave a really good insight into forensic accounting as a career," one student said.

Related Courses

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in  Accounting
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in  Computer Forensics and Security

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