"The demand for Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE's) continues to grow. CFE's perform a variety of challenging services in many different industries. A CFE is part investigator, part lawyer, part criminologist, and part accountant. The program offered at Seneca College, Fraud Examination & Forensic Accounting, provides graduates with the skills required to be successful, as well as fully preparing them to write for the internationally recognized CFE designation. The ACFE - Toronto Chapter recognizes and fully supports the Seneca College program for its excellence."
Associaton of Certified Fraud Examiners - Toronto Chapter
"The Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting program offered at Seneca College prepared me to face all tasks and challenges in connection with ethics, money laundering, and criminology with confidence and a complete understanding. The assignments and presentation offered me skills which are enabling me to handle very difficult daily situations, and the knowledge I gained is helping my day-to-day performance at my job. The course taught me what to look for to improve internal controls. As a result of studying this comprehensive program, I was able to pass the Certified fraud Examiners exam; a very valuable designation which will allow me to further my career. The course was intense, and at the same time it was enjoyable - in fact, it was fun. I gathered information I could not possibly have learned in any other situation. The instructors were very helpful and knowledgeable. I recommend the program to anyone who desires a fulfilling and exciting career in the field of fraud detection and prevention."
Susan Rego, CGA, CFE
"With the influx and multiplicity of corporate fraud, the Fraud Examination & Forensic Accounting program at Seneca College is designed to provide graduates with the skills needed to actively engage in the prevention and detection of fraud. As a graduate of this program, I can testify that the courses are very insightful and interactive, and enable students to draw on upon the collective experiences of the faculty, who have a wealth of industry experience in fraud examination and forensic accounting, including computer forensics, financial statement fraud, business valuation and internal auditing. If you are interested in obtaining the Certified Fraud Examiner designation, this program provides the knowledge to successfully complete the examination."
Marcelle Allen, MBA