Audit - FI 405
- To produce graduates who have the proficiency and ability to apply knowledge of business, management, marketing and finance to identify, formulate and solving business administration problem.
- To produce graduates with fundamental and diverse business knowledge who can adapt to new technologies, and have ability to apply techniques, skills and business tools necessary for business administration practice.
- To produce graduates with multi-disciplinary teamwork and leadership skills, as well as proficiency in written and oral communication to assure effective presentation of technical and social issues.
- To produce graduates who understand business practice issues, professional and ethical responsibility, contemporary issues and impact of business management solutions in a global and societal contexts.
- To produce graduates who are able to recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning for further personal and professional growth and development through continuing education.
- Corporate Governance and Audits
- Judgmental and Ethical Decision-making Frameworks and Associated Professional Standards
- Audit Risk, Business Risk and Audit Planning
- Internal Control over Financial Reporting
- Performing an Integrated Audit
- Audit evidence: A Framework
- Tools to gather audit evidence
- Auditing for Fraud
- Auditing Revenue and Related Accounts
- Audit Acquisition and Payment Cycle and Inventory
- Audit of Cash and Other Liquid Assets
- Audit Long-lived assets and related expense accounts, Long-term liabilities, equity, acquisitions and related-entity transactions
- Completing the Audit and Auditorsí report
Audrey A.Gramling, Larry E.Rittenberg, Karla M.Johnstone. Auditing. 10th Edition. South-Western Cengage Learning.2015
Mark S. Beasley, Frank A. Buckless, Steven M. Glover Douglas F. Prawitt. Auditing Cases: An Interactive Learning Approach. 6th Edition. Prentice Hall. 2014