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Issues in auditing (7 points)


Leader: Associate Professor Grant Gay

Clayton Second semester 2003 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: Current issues and developments in auditing, including the assurance framework, fraud, the expectation gap, auditor's liability, auditor's independence and the role of public sector auditors. Control and audit issues in computer information systems, information system reliability, Webtrust, Systrust and e-commerce issues, as well as expert systems and decision support systems.

Assessment: Research assignment: 50% + Case study: 20% + Two class presentations: 30%

Contact Hours: 3-hour session per week

Prerequisites: AFC3160 or equivalent

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