|| CPE Credit: 2
Course Level: Basic
As a fraud examiner, the decisions you make will be extremely important to your client or company, as well as to the individuals you might be called upon to investigate. Therefore, Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) are held to a high ethical standard. This course provides an explanation of ethics in general, as well as a discussion of several specific behavioral and ethical principles applicable to both organizations and individuals.
You Will Learn How To :
Recognize the characteristics and sources of ethical guidance
Identify three ethical theories used to resolve ethical guidance
Examine fact scenarios using the teleological, deontological and virtue-based approaches to resolving ethical problems
Identify the concepts of morality, ethics and legality, and apply them to ethical issues facing fraud examiners
Recognize the way values and principles influence the actions of fraud examiners
Examine hypothetical scenarios using the imperative, utilitarian and generalization principles of ethical decision-making
Identify an ethical decision problem using a four-step approach
This course fulfills the annual ethics CPE requirement for CFEs. To learn more about the ethics CPE requirement for CFEs, please visit ACFE.com/EthicsCPE.
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Field of study: Behavioral Ethics
Last Updated: May 2016
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