fin590 | Graduate
Audit And Compliance Management
This graduate-level course is 6 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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The Need for Auditing and Assurance Services
- Describe the regulatory and oversight bodies and key laws for financial reporting.
- Explain the relevance of auditing to the business world and the public.
- Compare and contrast auditing, other assurance services, and accounting.
Audit Reporting, Ethics, and Legal Liability
- Evaluate the ethicality of audits and corporate governance.
- Describe the types and components of audit reports.
Audit Objectives, Evidence, and Audit Planning
- Design audit plans.
- Use analytical procedures to assess business risk.
- Explain characteristics that make audit evidence persuasive and adequate to support an audit opinion.
- Describe the objectives of audits of financial statements and audits of internal controls.
Materiality, Risk, and Internal Controls
- Explain how materiality and risk impact the audit process.
- Explain the purpose of internal controls and internal control audits.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of internal controls in organizations.
Types of Fraud and the Impact of Technology
- Describe the different types of fraud.
- Analyze the impact of technology on internal controls and auditing.
Other Assurance Services
- Explain the different types of attestation services provided by professional accountants.
- Describe internal, operational, and government auditing.
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