Courses in financial systems, risk-based audit, forensic auditing, procurement, budgeting, and financial management provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the different aspects of managing finances in organisations.
Financial systems courses equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and implement financial management systems that enhance decision-making and improve financial performance. These courses cover topics such as financial reporting, internal controls, and financial analysis.
Risk-based audit courses, on the other hand, provide students with an understanding of the risk assessment process and how it can be applied to audit engagements. Forensic auditing courses teach students the methods and techniques used to detect and investigate financial fraud and misconduct. Procurement courses cover topics such as supplier selection, contract negotiation, and contract management, while budgeting courses focus on creating and managing budgets to ensure effective resource allocation.
Finally, financial management courses provide students with an understanding of the principles and practices of financial management, including financial planning, investment analysis, and capital budgeting.
Risk Based Internal Audit (RBIA)
Forensic Auditing: Detection & Prevention of Fraud