Foundations of Financial Crime: Theories and Context
Earners of the badge are introduced to criminological and psychological theories. This includes understanding how criminologists think about crime, how criminological theory informs financial crime prevention, and regulation and the interplay between law enforcement, regulators and corporates. Earners of the badge also learn how psychological theory is relevant to financial crime and receive an introduction on the psychology of victims and offenders.
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 will need to successfully complete a series of online quizzes on the 'Foundations of Financial Crime'