96315 - Introduction to Auditing and Assurance Services Applications
This course utilizes the latest technology and practical insights from its authors and other contributors to present an innovative and interactive approach to guiding students through a progressive series of topics from the world of auditing and assurance services.
This course takes a complicated and technically-rigorous topic and presents it in an intuitive and helpful way. The web-based presentation tools invite students to interact with the text by following web-links to external sources, taking notes and highlighting material directly within the text, completing assessments and receiving detailed feedback within each topic, and by experiencing topic-specific CPA exam preparation materials provided by a partnership with Wiley’s CPAExcel®.
What You'll Learn
Topic 1: What Is Auditing and Why Does It Matter?
Topic 2: The Auditing Environment
Topic 3: Professional Responsibilities of Auditors
Topic 4: Client Acceptance and Quality Control
Topic 5: Audit Planning
Topic 6: Audit Planning: Audit Risk and the Risk of Material Misstatement
Topic 7: Internal Controls
Topic 8: Audit Evidence: General Issues
Topic 9: The Role of Client Transaction Cycles in the Audit
Topic 10: Sampling
Topic 11: Audit Evidence: Analytical Procedures
Topic 12: Audit Evidence: Confirmations
Topic 13: Audit Documentation
Topic 14: Concluding the Audit Engagement
Topic 15: Audit Reporting
Who Should Attend
- Support Staff
- Line Managers
- Recent Graduates
- Business Students
- CEU Seekers
- Career Pivoter
- Resume Builders
Students must complete all sections to earn the Digital Badge of Completion.
This course is offered through Anderson School of Management.
UNM Staff, Faculty and Retirees can use their Tuition Remission benefit on professional development programs.