Internal Auditing I: Conceptual and Institutional Framework
Restriction: Must be in Business and Management (Master's) program.Provides students with an overview and basic understanding of internal auditing. Internal audit's role in internal control, risk management, business processes and risks, and Sarbanes-Oxley, Section 404 compliance efforts compliance efforts are considered. Internal auditing is presented as an integral part of effective corporate governance. Examples of assurance and consulting activities undertaken by the internal audit function, as well as the sourcing strategy (i.e., full insourcing, co-sourcing or full outsourcing models) are discussed. Students ae introduced tointernal control theory, test design concepts and internal auditing bestpractices.