The B.B.A./M.S. in Accounting and Fraud Examination is a five-year, 150-hour, dual baccalaureate and Masters of Science degrees program. Of the 150 hours, 34 hours are allocated to the liberal arts core (general education) requirements, 39 hours are allocated to the business core, 12 hours are allocated to professional support courses, 48 hours are allocated to the major, 9 hours are allocated to recommended electives and eight hours are allocated to general electives. The program curriculum is aligned with the Certified Public Accountant and Certified Fraud Examiner credentials. The curriculum allows students who complete the program to be immediately eligible to sit for both the CPA and CFE certification exams. Students who pass the CFE certification exam will be eligible for the credential after two years of fraud-related experience.