Auditing I (ACC 251)

Students will study the conceptual and applied aspects of auditing, current auditing standards, professional ethics, regulation, and legal liability inherent in the attest function. The evaluation and study of internal control, the nature of evidence, the use of statistical sampling and computers in the auditing process will be explored. Audit planning and documentation are practiced.


The following courses must be taken prior to this course
ACC 116 - Managerial Accounting or ACC 112 - Accounting Principles II with a minimum grade of C may be substituted
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