IAF610 - Computerized Auditing
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This subject expands upon the principles studied in Auditing. The course covers the audit of computer based information systems. Students will study a variety of topics including: computer controls, electronic commerce systems, enterprise systems, computer assisted audit tools and techniques, auditing the revenue and expenditure cycles, and the application of ACL audit software. Pre-requisite: IAF520
One credit towards the Bachelor of Commerce - International Accounting and Finance degree programs
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1.Examine the nature of the financial statement audit process and the role of the information systems auditor.
2.Describe the types of controls, risk assessment and audit of controls (manual and automated).
3.Assess and evaluate the impact of general, access, application controls and the control environment on the audit.
4.Examine and evaluate the impact of systems development controls on the audit.
5.Design tests of controls and CAAT's
6.Critique and understand the impact of e-Business, outsourcing, computer fraud and computer crime.
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