Georgia Southern will co-host Fraud and Forensic Accounting Education Conference
The Center for Forensic Studies in Accounting and Business at Georgia Southern University will co-host a Fraud and Forensic Accounting Education Conference in Savannah May 10-12. The material and content for this conference are based on a National Institute of Justice Curriculum Model and are designed to enhance skill development and best practices in the classroom and in the field.
The conference, also co-hosted by West Virginia University, will include a general session titled ‘Forensic Interviews and Interrogations” and a variety of breakout sessions presented by fraud and forensic accounting professionals. Sessions run the gamut from basic to advanced topics in fraud and forensic accounting.
All conference sessions will be conducted at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront. Those who attend can earn up to 20 continuing professional education (CPE) hours. More information about the conference program, costs, and forms for registration are available at http://coba.georgiasouthern.edu/pdf%20files/fraud_conf.pdf.
Questions about the conference may be addressed to Cynthia Parrish at email@example.com or call 912-681-5679.