BAO2203 - Corporate Accounting
|1.||Synthesize the reasons for the existence of a societal demand for audit and assurance services, and an understanding of the current environment in which auditors operate, including legal, ethical and professional aspects;|
|2.||Investigate the audit process and apply the techniques used by auditors including business risk analysis, internal control assessment, evidence collection and evaluation, use of computer assisted audit techniques and audit reporting;|
|3.||Investigate and develop an insight into the audit of specific transactions and account balances;|
|4.||Articulate the auditor's responsibility in completing an audit; and,|
|5.||Clarify and advocate other assurance engagements that can be offered by accounting firms.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Test||In-class test x 3 (10%, 15%, 15%)||40%|
|Assignment||Real-life case study (group)||40%|
|Presentation||Presentation on case study (group)||20%|
|Test||Multiple choice questions||20%|
|Assignment||Real life case study||30%|
|Examination||Theory based short answer questions and case studies||50%|
Auditing: A practical approach (3rd ed.).
Moroney, R., Campbell, F., & Hamilton, J. (2017).
Milton, QLD: Wiley.
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