Auditing

Course Code: 120207

The Objective

The Course of Auditing is designed to cultivate students with theories and practices, knowledge and skills, regulations and standards in the area of auditing and develop students to be an auditor.  

Knowledge, Skills and Capabilities

Students who complete the Course will be able to understand and appreciate the theories and knowledge, apply the skills and practices, and comply with the regulations and standards in the area of auditing covering financial accounting, management accounting, financial management, auditing, taxation, and economic law, corporate strategic planning.

Content

The Course contains the theories in management, economics, law, finance, and finance, the knowledge and skills in corporate financing, investment, financial operations, financial analysis, and the practices and regulations in  financial accounting, management accounting, financial management, financial planning, auditing, tax planning, and economic law. The Course is of 4-year duration.

Core Units

First Year: Introduction to Auditing, Accounting Principles, Accounting Information Systems, Management Principles, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Financial Regulations and Accounting Professional Ethics, Accounting Practices

Second Year: Intermediate Accounting, Cost Accounting, Financial Management, Tax Law, Accounting Simulation, Auditing Principles

Third Year: Certified Public Accountant Auditing Practices, Government Auditing, Internal Auditing, Management Accounting, Financial Analysis, Asset Evaluation, Auditing Simulation 

Fourth Year: Corporate Survey, Company Internship, Graduation Practices, Graduation Thesis

Delivery

The Course is delivered in lectures, tutorials, workshops, and practicum laboratories.    

Assessments

The Course will be assessed by progressive learning tasks, final examination and graduation thesis/dissertation.

Award

Bachelor of Management will be awarded to those who meet the requirements of graduation.

Career Prospects

Graduates could seek a career in financial accounting, taxation, and auditing in companies, auditing firms, government departments,and administrative institutions. 

Faculty of Accounting