Tag Archives: forensic accounting

Legal Terminology Students Visit Supreme Court

Paralegal program chair Kofi Montzka is a believer in the power that field trips have to supplement classroom learning. Kofi instructs a legal terminology course at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine and took her students to the Minnesota Supreme Court to attend a hearing about a man who murdered his two-year-old niece. Prior to attending, students studied
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Accounting Student Lands Job with Local MPLS Restaurant Management Company

“I got an accounting job already!” Jacki announced to her admissions representative Drey Bentjen. These are the words every student hopes to say upon completion of their degree. However, what makes Jacki’s situation unique is that she’s still in school! Jacki, a full-time forensic accounting student at Minnesota School of Business-Online, has already managed to
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Meet Sara!

Want to know who the people on our course catalog and student handbook are? Well, they are REAL students of Globe University/Minnesota School of Business. One of our newest featured students is Sara Meinschock, a current student of the bachelor of science accounting program at Globe University. Sara likes to spend some much-needed time with
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Q & A With Student Of The Quarter Ceresa Young

If you’ve spent an extended amount of time at the Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth, you’ve probably met Ceresa (CeCe) Young. CeCe was named Spring 2012 Student of the Quarter after receiving nominations from fellow students, faculty and staff. She is the secretary for the Plymouth DECA chapter, an accounting tutor and has volunteered for campus
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New Forensic Accounting Offered at Blaine Campus

Steve Hirsch, Accounting Program Chair at the Minnesota School of Business in Blaine, is happy to announce a new bachelor’s degree offered, Forensic Accounting. The new program augments the traditional accounting program by adding Criminal Justice, IT, and Legal classes to the curriculum. “I am excited about this new program,” says Hirsch. “I believe it will prepare
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Secret Service Visits Plymouth Campus

Intermediate Accounting II and Fraud Examination students at the Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth welcomed Special Agent Curtis Chapa of the U.S. Secret Service to class recently. Chapa shared his experiences working for the Department of the Treasury and offered stories on several local and national cases he has worked on. Students had the opportunity to
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Accounting, Fraud Students Hear From Industry Leader

  Students in Robert Hyde’s Intermediate Accounting II and Ron Myszkowski’s Fraud Examination class had the chance to hear from seasoned industry professional Marc Courey recently. Courey, the director of litigation, fraud, support and forensic services at Wipfli, has over 25 years of experience in forensic accounting, law practice, information technology systems, and corporate management. Students had the
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Top Students are Headed for National Competition

Minnesota School of Business – Lakeville’s DECA Team is on its way to Nationals! Minnesota School of Business in Lakeville had great success in its inaugural season so far.  We had eight competitors at the state tournament and all eight made the finals and qualified for the national tournament and conference in Salt Lake City
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