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Summary: Bus 386 001
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Business Administration 386 001, Winter 2012
AUDITING THEORY AND APPLICATION
Class: Mon and Wed, 2:30 pm 3:45 pm, ED 558 (Jan 9)
Final Examination: Fri, Apr 20, 2:00 pm (TBA)
Instructor: Randy Linton, CA
Email: randy.linton@uregina.ca
Emergency email: randy.linton@accesscomm.ca
Phone: 306-537-0430
Office: ED512.4
Prerequisites:
Students in BUS 386 must have a thorough knowledge of the material covered
in BUS 285 & 385. BUS 385 can be taken concurrently with BUS 386.
Objectives:
The course emphasizes the philosophy of auditing and its importance in the
acceptance of financial statements by the user community. Areas covered will
include audits, responsibilities of auditors and objectives of independent audit.
Textbook:
Title - Auditing, An International Approach (Fifth Edition)

  

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

 

Collections: Mathematics