|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Accounting Audit *||MVU 224||4||1||1.5||3|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||Short Cycle Programmes (Associate's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Lec. Eyyup ÇOLAK|
Basic concepts of accounting audit, understand the generally accepted auditing standards. The audit report and the planning process can comprehend. Audit evidence, techniques, understand the working papers. The importance of the internal control system. Assets, resources and result checking accounts to comprehend Basic concepts of accounting audit, understand the generally accepted auditing standards. The audit report and the planning process can comprehend. Audit evidence, techniques, understand the working papers. The importance of the internal control system. Assets, resources and result checking accounts to comprehend
With the historical development of the basic concepts of accounting controls. Accounting control definition, elements, types of issues with the auditors and the independent auditors of the importance and benefits of control. Control types. Been generally accepted auditing standards. Audit report. Audit process stages. Audit planning. Audit evidence and techniques. Internal control system and control of the paper. Control risk. Returning control of assets. Fixed assets control. Control of resources. Results of the audit of accounts.
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Students have the skill of adopting gained information related to the business and management in decision making, practicing and behaviors.
Students have basic knowledge in the field of accounting and taxation.
Students have the skill of analysing, commending and evaluating the information related to the field of accounting and taxation.
Students fulfill the tasks assigned and have the skill of managing the full procedures.
Students have the skill of recognizing ang solving the problems related to the field of accounting and taxation.
Students take responsibility as a team member when an expected case occurs in practice.
Students behave according to the organizational, behavioral and social ethics.
Students show that they realize the need of constant learning.
Students have the skill of understanding and implementing the vocational laws and regulations.
Students explain the ideas and suggestion in written and oral forms
Students use information and communication technologies and the vocational software programs
Students have the vocational self-confidence
Students are conscious about the universality of social rights, social justice, quality, cultural values, environmental protection and labor safety.
|1||An overview of the historical development of the control of accounting and accounting control||Reviewing lecture notes|
|2||Accounting control definition, components and the independent audit and the auditor and the auditor types, importance and necessity of||Reviewing lecture notes|
|3||Types of audit||Reviewing lecture notes|
|4||Generally accepted auditing standards,||Reviewing lecture notes|
|5||Audit risk||Reviewing lecture notes|
|6||Stages of the audit process||Reviewing lecture notes|
|7||Audit planning||Reviewing lecture notes|
|9||Audit evidence||Reviewing lecture notes|
|10||Audit techniques||Reviewing lecture notes|
|11||Internal control system and working papers||Reviewing lecture notes|
|12||The audit report||Reviewing lecture notes|
|13||Current - Non-current assets control||Reviewing lecture notes|
|14||Control of resources||Reviewing lecture notes|
|15||Consequently accounts audit||Reviewing lecture notes|
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