CCFC 523 : Public Accountancy
The course prepares students for public accounting responsibilities. Topics include diagnostic analysis of financial information integrity, accounting manipulations, asset measurement and technological hazards, mandate planning, risk assessment, gathering and evaluating audit evidence and reporting results of engagement. Case studies will be used to study public accountancy.
PrerequisitesACCT475: Principles of AuditingCCAU511: Auditing 1
|This Course Is Not Offered During Fall 2016 Term|
|This Course Is Not Offered During Winter 2017 Term|
|The tentative timetable is not yet available for the Spring/Summer 2017 Term|
|The tentative timetable is not yet available for the Fall 2017 Term|