Financial Crime in Context
Issued by Griffith University
Earners of the badge have knowledge of financial crime in the contemporary environment. Areas of focus include financial transactions and reporting, cyber security and strategic approaches to financial crime detection and disruption.
Earners are required to engage in online learning via Griffith University's online learning system (Learning@Griffith). Content to be delivered online include readings and discussion board interaction between students and qualified academic teaching staff. Engagement and content delivered via online learning will be linked to the assessment tasks: i.e. students will need to engage in online content to gain necessary knowledge and skills to pass the relevant assessment item.
Earners are required to respond and submit their responses to weekly discussion board questions during their study (approximately 3 weeks in total) . Responses are roughly 200-300 words per week (900 words over 3 weeks). These responses are assessed at the end of the module.