These courses aim to meet the educational needs of those with responsibility for fraud investigation and prevention in the police and the public and corporate sectors. They have been developed in collaboration with the Commercial Crime Agency of the New South Wales Police Service.
Normal course duration
Graduate Diploma: Part-time 2 years (4 sessions)
Graduate Certificate: Part-time 1 year (2 sessions)
A degree in a relevant field or its equivalent in professional experience and qualifications are required. Examples of equivalence include police service detective training and more than three years investigative experience; and, more than three years investigative experience and associated industry training in a non-police fraud investigation role.
Students who have successfully completed the non-award courses offered by the University, Introduction to Fraud Investigation; Fraud Investigation; and Advanced Fraud Investigation are eligible for credit for the subjects JST409 Investigative Processes, JST423 Fraud Investigation and JST4** Advanced Fraud Investigation respectively.
The Graduate Certificate in Fraud Investigation is fully articulated with the Graduate Diploma of Fraud Investigation and credit will be awarded in the Graduate Diploma for all subjects completed in the Graduate Certificate.
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 64 points (eight 8-point subjects) for the Graduate Diploma and 32 points (4 eight point subjects) for the Graduate Certificate.
Sessions 1-2 as above
These may be drawn from the following:
*This subject involves attendance at a 2-day practicum at Manly in Spring Session.
Associate Professor Tracey Green
Professional Development Centre (Policing)
Telephone: (02) 4823 2641
Facsimile: (02) 4823 2786