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BUS 386 Auditing Theory and Application Course Administration

Summary: BUS 386 Auditing Theory and Application
Course Administration
Instructor: Olajumoke Oni Class Times: 6:30 p.m. 9:15 p.m. M
Room: TBA Office Phone: (306) 780 - 5713
Office Hours: By appointment Email: Olajumoke.Oni@uregina.ca
Course Objectives
The course is intended to examine the framework of auditing so that students may understand
the context within which an audit (including related procedures) is conducted.
Course Conduct
Students enrolled in Business Administration courses at the University of Regina are expected
to adhere rigorously to principles of intellectual integrity. Plagiarism is a form of intellectual
dishonesty in which another person's work is presented as one's own. Plagiarism or cheating on
examinations/assignments is a serious offence that may result in a zero grade on an assignment,
a failing grade in a course or expulsion from the university. Students are expected to be aware
of and comply with the guidelines for academic conduct of the University of Regina. These
guidelines are available at
It is expected that students will attend all classes. Any student missing an excessive number of
classes will not be allowed to write the final exam. It is also expect that students will arrive to
class on time. If a student will be late (or will be required to leave early) due to other


Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina


Collections: Mathematics