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Criminal justice professionals and administrators who work in economic crime have a solid understanding of computer programs, accounting and financial principles, the justice system, ethics, legal news and issues, and even anti-terrorism policies. Professionals with experience in one or several of these fields can broaden their knowledge of criminal justice and increase their marketability by taking open courseware classes related to economic crime. Criminal justice students can also benefit from courses in the interdisciplinary field by exploring new subjects and deciding whether or not to pursue a career in economic justice. Schools like The University of Bristol, MIT and The Open University provide instruction in information security, cryptology, computer viruses, the U.S. PATRIOT Act, Internet regulation, financial and managerial accounting, the stock market, investing, information assets, Internet security and more.

Skills learned in these and other open courseware classes include computer proficiency, and understanding of the current legal and political issues surrounding criminal justice and economic crime, accounting and financial principles, global market rules and trends, and general information security. As long as a student has an Internet connection, he or she can complete coursework and access course materials at any time during the week, day or night. This convenient learning platform is most beneficial to part-time students exploring a new career path and for full-time students in traditional programs who want to try out a new field.