CIMIP is a logical outgrowth of Utica College’s academic programs and the Economic Crime Institute (ECI). Utica College is the forerunner in providing academic programs in economic crime investigation and economic crime management on the undergraduate and graduate levels. Its undergraduate degrees in criminal justice and cybersecurity complete the suite of programs that endeavor to provide government and private industry with a well-educated, cutting edge workforce. Graduates of these programs are currently employed at all levels in both the private and public sectors, including the United States Secret Service, United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the United States Mint, LexisNexis, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, AIG, several local law enforcement agencies, and the like.

The Economic Crime Institute of Utica College (ECI) drives leading-edge thinking on economic crime issues faced by business and government, through educational programs, policy guidance, research, and solutions. The Institute fosters a rich learning environment that positions graduates to assume key roles in the fields of economic crime, fraud, and risk management. Founded in 1988, the Institute is a forum for the exchange of ideas, solutions, and technology for managing the risk of economic crime and fraud. The ECI Board of Advisors consists of individuals at the top of their fields from national and international corporations and government agencies. They come together twice a year to provide expertise and share ideas about Utica College’s academic programs and initiatives. As such, they are uniquely positioned to provide guidance for CIMIP, as well.

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