Internal Auditing Minor

Since Sarbanes-Oxley, the demand for internal auditors has expanded. As a result, internal auditors are in high demand and the field of internal auditing is one of the top five growing professions.

Students in this minor will learn the fundamental role of internal auditing in a free-market environment and the importance of that role to corporate governance. They will develop audit judgment and an ethical framework to guide actions; understand the client's business environment and how to apply the risk assessment model to each audit; and master advanced audit techniques that simulate the real world. Specific attention is also given to concepts surrounding the auditing of information systems, privacy and security issues, and fraud auditing.

The Internal Auditing minor is open to accounting majors and is an attractive option for other Lubin business majors and students majoring in fields such as information systems and economics.

Required Courses (17 Credits)

ACC 203Financial Accounting

4 credits

ACC 204Managerial Accounting

4 credits

ACC 305Internal Auditing I

3 credits

ACC 306Internal Auditing II

3 credits

ACC 366Forensic Accounting

3 credits

ACC 375Accounting Information Systems

3 credits

OR

CIT 342Systems Analysis and Design

4 credits

NOTE: Accounting majors must take CIT 342; non-accounting majors must take ACC 375.

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