Prof Enget’s research and teaching focuses on forensic accounting and data analytics. She uses her research, skills, and experiences gained as a former Big 4 forensic accounting manager to provide students with a hands on academic education that will prepare them to be ready on day one of their careers as auditors and forensic accounting professionals. Specifically, she concentrates her research on auditing procedures, including nature, timing and extent, particularly as it relates to the detection of fraud and in the development of accounting education research and educational resources. She is a behavioral researcher, who utilizes experimental, qualitative, survey, and interview techniques in her research and incorporates insights from auditing, information systems, and other disciplines to investigate these research questions.
TACC 251 – Fraud Examination
BACC 381 – Accounting Information Systems
BACC 522 – Statistical Methods in Forensic Accounting and Assurance
BACC 551 – Fraud Examination
BACC 552 – Financial Statement Fraud and Corporate Governance