Forensic accounting is a form of investigative accounting, which examines financial records in order to find evidence for a lawsuit or criminal prosecution. A Master’s Degree in Forensic Accounting is designed to prepare students for the complex and challenging world of business and accounting fraud. Students will gain an understanding of business information and financial reporting systems, investigation and analysis of financial evidence, digital forensics, and the complexities of financial transactions that lead to fraud. Graduates of Forensic Accounting will be qualified for a number of roles in financial regulatory authorities, law firms, accountancy practices and law enforcement agencies. Common jobs include financial analyst, internal auditor, broker and account manager.