Discover the auditor’s important role in assuring users that they can rely on financial statements for decision-making purposes. Develop an audit plan based on a sound understanding of professional ethics, legal liability, types of audit evidence, and internal controls. Apply the audit process to various operating cycles.
Prerequisites:
Intermediate Financial Accounting I
BUS‑313
Learn how to accurately and honestly measure revenue, profit, and organizational resources such as cash, inventory, property, plant, and equipment. Recognize the potential for bias and manipulation in financial reporting. Analyze and evaluate financial results in the context of organizational strategies, as well as economic, industry, and competitive trends.
Intermediate Financial Accounting I (BUS‑313); BUS 313 or BUS 317
Corequisites:
Intermediate Financial Accounting I
BUS‑313
Learn how to accurately and honestly measure revenue, profit, and organizational resources such as cash, inventory, property, plant, and equipment. Recognize the potential for bias and manipulation in financial reporting. Analyze and evaluate financial results in the context of organizational strategies, as well as economic, industry, and competitive trends.
Intermediate Financial Accounting I (BUS‑313); BUS 313 or BUS 317

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