Welcome to the University of Texas at Dallas Internal Auditing Education Partnership program! The UT Dallas internal audit program has been endorsed by the Institute of Internal Auditors as a Center for Internal Auditing Excellence, the highest designation of the IIA. UT Dallas is one of only two schools in the United States and five schools worldwide at this level. This endorsement allows the internal audit program to offer valuable internship opportunities, expanded research opportunities, and an advanced curriculum.
The UT Dallas internal audit program is a multidisciplinary program with students from business and non business majors. Students in the program participate in the IIA UT Dallas Student Chapter (IIASC) and have access to numerous career opportunities leading to internal audit and management careers. Internal audit concentrations are available to MBA, MS in Accounting and other graduate degree programs. The UT Dallas internal audit program is available to any UT Dallas graduate student. The IIA Student Chapter is open to all UT Dallas students.
The Internal Auditing Education Partnership (IAEP) program leverages current accounting and information management courses to build a strong multidisciplinary program in internal audit. The core required course, ACCT 6380 Internal Audit, should be taken early in the program to allow for internships and to obtain maximum benefit from advanced courses. The core course for the program covers key components of the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) exam.
Although the program is offered only at the graduate level, students at the end of their undergraduate program may enroll in the core course. Undergraduate students who are not graduating are highly encouraged to join the IIASC prior to enrolling in the core course.
Students must fulfill the following requirements prior to receiving the IAEP certificate, awarded annually by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA):
A program geared toward information systems auditing could include classes in internal audit, information technology risk management, information technology security, analytical reviews using audit software and an internship. Other coursework could be from such disciplines as accounting, management, engineering, sciences, or finance.
Throughout the program's history, we have developed one of the nation's premier internal audit programs and curriculum through innovation, technology and listening to the business community. The program has grown rapidly with new courses in audit software, advanced auditing, fraud, ethics, and corporate governance. With Sarbanes-Oxley and the expanded role of internal audit, a fresh look at the required skills was warranted. With guidance from the UT Dallas Internal Audit Advisory Board, new material and courses have been added to the program. This program is not just a lot of technical courses on internal audit, but blends classroom learning with experience from those teaching along with students working on internal audits.
Courses in this program are not only for students, but practitioners with varied backgrounds. Many professionals have improved their ability to audit technology with the course in Information Technology Risk Management, which is geared to the non-IT audit individual.
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.
|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 contact Mark Salamasick (972) 883-4729. Students must be enrolled in a graduate program at UT Dallas and to complete the program, students must have 12 to 15 semester credit hours of applicable internal audit related course work.
The Advisory Board meets twice annually and provides ongoing sponsorship and counsel to the program.
The following organizations sponsor the UT Dallas Center for Internal Auditing Excellence:
Contact Director Mark Salamasick at (972) 883-4729 for sponsorship opportunities
The need for top-performing internal auditors has never been greater. Highly trained professionals are in demand across all industries and throughout the public sector. Recognizing this need, and with seed money from the Dallas chapter of The Institute of Internal Auditors, the UT Dallas Center for Internal Auditing Excellence established an endowment to support student scholarships, seminars and conferences, research and educational programs.
The UT Dallas internal auditing program is recognized by the Institute of Internal Auditors as one of only two university programs in the U.S. and five in the world as a Center for Internal Auditing Excellence. The program's graduates, considered among the best in the field, are sought by internationally renowned corporations and organizations.
If you would like to discuss the endowment and the benefits to you or your organization, please contact Mark Salamasick or call (972) 883-4729. The levels of support and benefits are listed below. Checks should be made to UT Dallas Center for Internal Auditing Excellence Endowment and mailed to:
Marcus Baker, Director of Development and Alumni Relations
Naveen Jindal School of Management, SM 40
The University of Texas at Dallas
800 W. Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75080
Please make a donation online to support this outstanding professional and education endeavor.
|Friend ($1 - $499)||Donor pin, recognition in School of Management Magazine, which has a distribution of 28,000 among UT Dallas alumni, friends and supporters.|
|Supporter ($500 - $999)||The above benefits, plus a year end appreciation item.|
|Partner ($1,000+)||The above benefits, plus attendance at UT Dallas School of Management IIA student chapter recruiting receptions for one year and recognition on UT Dallas Center for Internal Audit Excellence website.|
|Associate ($1,000 - $4,999)||Name on School of Management donor plaque, recognition in School of Management Magazine.|
|Contributing Supporter ($5,000 - $14,999)||The above benefits, plus preference at events for student recruitment and corporate recognition on School of Management Center for Internal Auditing Excellence website.|
|Founding Partner ($15,000+)||The above benefits, plus a seat on the UT Dallas Center of Internal Audit Excellence advisory board and recognition at the annual Fraud Conference, which occurs in March.|
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