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Graduate Diploma of Fraud and Financial Crime

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CSU's Fraud and Financial Crime program is a series of courses aiming to meet the educational needs of those with responsibility for fraud investigation and prevention in the police, the public and corporate sectors.

The Graduate Diploma of Fraud and Financial Crime is related to:


  • Why study this course?

    The Graduate Diploma of Fraud and Financial Crime is designed to build on the learning, knowledge and skills obtained by students by successfully completing the Graduate Certificate. The Graduate Diploma provide current and future Fraud and Financial Crime prevention practitioners with a higher degree of theoretical and practical knowledge that will instils a professional approach to Fraud and Financial Crime prevention. The course is primarily focused on those currently, or wishing to, work in security, law enforcement and the private sector that have a general understanding of the Fraud and Financial Crime prevention function. Through the completion of this course, students will also further develop broader graduate attributes articulated by CSU so that they can contribute more fully to the community. These attributes will be linked to the curriculum and individual assessment items.

    Articulation agreements

    Artiulations agreements currently exist for a Detectives Training Course at a well known and well regarded Law Enforcement Agency and Students who have successfully completed the Association of Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) certification examination.

  • Subjects

    The below information is for new students. Current students should select their subjects by checking the Handbook for the year of their enrolment

    Course structure

    The course consists of:

    (1) subjects equalling 32 points for the Graduate Certificate of Fraud and Financial Crime; and
    (2) subjects building on the knowledge obtained by students in the Graduate Certificate equalling 64 points for the Graduate Diploma of Fraud and Financial Crime; and
    (3) subjects building on the knowledge obtained by students in the Graduate Diploma equalling 96 points for the Master of Fraud and Financial Crime.


    (1) Graduate Certificate of Fraud and Financial Crime

    The following compulsory subjects:

    JST412 Financial Crime Control and Risk Management (8 points)
    JST498 Foundations in Financial Crime (16 points)
    JST473 Forensic Accounting, Asset Tracing and Recovery (8 Points)

    (2) Graduate Diploma of Fraud and Financial Crime

    Successful completion of the Graduate Certificate and 32 points from the following:

    JST499 Investigating Financial Crime - Prosecuting Financial Crime (16 points)
    Plus
    2 x 8 point 400 level elective subjects
    or
    1 x 16 point 400 level elective subject from the subjects offered by the AGSPS.

    (3) Master of Fraud and Financial Crime

    Successful completion of the Graduate Diploma and 32 points from the following:

    JST529 Contemporary Issue in Financial Crime (16 points)
    Plus
    2 x 8 point 500 level elective subjects
    or
    1 x 16 point 500 level elective subject from the subjects offered by the AGSPS.

    OR

    (3) Master of Fraud and Financial Crime

    Successful completion of the Graduate Diploma and 32 points from the following:

    JST530 Research Methodology and Dissertation Proposal (16 Points)
    JST531 Dissertation (16 Points)

    Enrolment pattern

    (i) Graduate Certificate of Fraud and Financial Crime

    Session 1

    JST498 Foundations in Financial Crime  16 Points

    Session 2

    JST473 Forensic Accounting, Asset Tracing and Recovery  
    JST412 Financial Crime Control and Risk Management 

    (ii) Graduate Diploma of Fraud and Financial Crime

    Sessions 1-2 as above

    Session 3

    JST499   Investigating Financial Crime - Prosecuting Financial Crime (16 Points)

    Session 4

    [ ] Elective 1
    [ ] Elective 2

    (iii) Master of Fraud and Financial Crime

    Sessions 1-4 as above

    Session 5

    JST529 Contemporary Issues in Financial Crime (16 Points)

    Session 6

    [ ] Elective 3
    [ ] Elective 4

    OR

    (iii) Master of Fraud and Financial Crime

    Session 5

    JST530 Research Methodology and Dissertation Proposal (16 Points)

    Session 6

    JST531 Dissertation (16 Points)

  • Residential schools

    The following subject may have a residential school component:

    JST530 Research Methodology and Dissertation Proposal

  • Admission information

    Applicants must have completed all of the requirements of the Graduate Certificate  in Fraud and Financial Crime.

    See standard CSU admission criteria

  • Cost of study

    Fees - please visit the fees and costs page or contact us for current fee information.

    Tax deduction - in some instances a tax deduction may be claimed for self education expenses. Please seek independent qualified taxation advice.

     
    Alumni discount

    Already studied with CSU? Our 10% Alumni discount applies to this course!
    Find out more

  • Course details

    Campus locations listed for Online students are purely for administrative purposes and have no relevance to the student experience.


    Enrol TypeModeCampusFee typeSession1Session2Session3Admission Code
    DirectOnlineManlyFPOSYYYCAFF
    DirectOnlineManlyFPPGYYYOAFD
    DirectOnlineManlyFPOSYYYJAFD

    LEGEND
    CGS: Commonwealth Government supported places
    FPPG: Fee-paying postgraduate places
    FPOS: Fee-paying overseas student places
    Admission Code: For your reference if required during your application process
    NO TAC: An admission code is not required for applications to CSU Study Centres
    TEMP: An admission code has not yet been assigned for this course

    Graduation requirements

    Successful completion of designated subjects equal to 64 points.

  • How to apply
    Apply direct to CSU

    An online application to CSU takes about 15 minutes to complete. Find out more

    Apply online

    Students from the United Kingdom and Canada should select the Planned Course of Study with the code CAFF when completing an online application

    Apply direct to CSU

    Apply direct to CSU for on campus study at a CSU regional campus, or study by distance education.

    Apply online

    Recruitment agent

    Contact a Recruitment agent in your country who can answer your questions about CSU as well as help with the student visa application process.

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  • About the School
    Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security (AGSPS)

    Established in 1993, CSU’s Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security (AGSPS) is a leading provider of postgraduate research and education for professionals in law enforcement, emergency management and security. CSU’s courses offered through AGSPS span a broad range of global issues that include international terrorism, intelligence analysis, transnational crime, fraud and financial crime, corruption, cyber-crime, and natural disaster management. Our faculty members are leaders in their fields and have significant experience and academic expertise. The School continues to grow through close collaboration with law enforcement, regulators, universities, research bodies, private industry and emergency services providers in Australia and overseas, with courses attracting students from around the globe. AGSPS also provides education and training programs in Abu Dhabi, China, India (National Police Academy), New Zealand, Indonesia (UNODC), Singapore, Canada and the United Kingdom.

  • Academic expectations

    For each 8 point subject at CSU, students should normally expect to spend between 140-160 hours engaged in the specified learning and assessment activities (such as attending lectures or residential schools, assigned readings, tutorial assistance, individual or group research/study, forum activity, workplace learning, assignments or examinations). The student workload for some subjects may vary from these norms as a result of approved course design.

    Students will be assessed on the basis of completed assignments, examinations, workplace learning, or other methods as outlined in specific subject outlines.

    Where applicable, students are responsible for travel and accommodation costs involved in workplace learning experiences, or attending residential schools (distance education students).

    Expectations relating to academic, workplace learning, time and cost requirements for specific subjects are provided in the subject abstracts and in course materials.

    Throughout their studies, CSU students have a responsibility to continue to develop skills in English Language, literacy and numeracy as appropriate to their discipline. This ongoing development will enable students to effectively participate in their course and graduate as competent professionals.

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