Internal Auditing Excellence Degree Options and Courses
This program offers a lot of flexibility although the most traditional path is an MS in Accounting with an internal audit concentration. However, the program does accept all other Masters degrees.
Students from Arts and Humanities, Engineering and Computer Science, General Studies, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Behavioral and Brain Science who have a strong desire to learn internal audit’s analytic skills and combine that with expertise from the program they are working on are well-suited for a variety of positions in large organizations. These students have a strong appeal to the business community and can make an immediate contribution to the internal audit groups of large companies, non profits, and government agencies. This program allows the flexibility to meet the individual academic requirements of the students. Students from theses areas should speak with an advisor if they wish to complete the IAEP program.
Courses (Refer to UT Dallas catalog for course description)
|ACCT 6380 – Internal Audit||CIA, CPA, CISA|
|ACCT 6334 – Auditing||CIA, CPA, CISA|
|ACCT 6335 – Ethics for Professional Accountants||CIA, CPA|
|ACCT 6336 – Information Technology Audit and Risk Management||CIA, CISA, CPA|
|ACCT 6377 – Corporate Governance||CIA, CPA, CISA|
|ACCT 6382 – Advanced Auditing||CIA, CPA, CISA|
|ACCT 6383 – Fraud Examination||CIA, CFE, CISA, CPA|
|ACCT 6384 – Analytical Reviews Using Audit Software||CIA, CISA, CPA|
|ACCT 6386 – Governance, Risk Management and Compliance||CIA, CPA, CISA|
|ACCT Various – Internal Audit Internship||CIA|
To learn more about any of the IAEP courses or information about the Internal Auditing Education Partnership program visit IAEP, UT Dallas Catalog or contact Mark Salamasick, director of Center for Internal Auditing Excellence, at Email Email or (972) 883-4729. Students must be enrolled in a graduate program at UT Dallas. To complete the program, students must have 12 to 15 credit hours of applicable internal audit related course work. Students must also join the IIA International and the UT Dallas Student Chapter, for more information visit