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Internal Audit Info Session January 2012

Internal Audit Info Session January 2012



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Internal Audit Info Session January 2012 Internal Audit Info Session January 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • Internal AuditInformation Session January 18, 2012
  • Agenda1. The Internal Audit Profession2. The IAEP Program3. The UT Dallas IIA Student Chapter
  • 1. The Internal Audit Profession
  • What makes Internal Auditing a GREAT Career Choice? O Gain experience in all aspects of an organization O Respected, rewarding, and diverse work O Excellent benefits and compensation O Advancement opportunities and a fast- track to management O Travel and networking opportunities
  • Characteristics of Internal AuditorsO Inquisitive and problem solversO Analytical thinkersO Great written and verbal communication skillsO Ability to interact with all levels of managementO Self-starters
  • What do Internal Auditors do? O Evaluate risk exposure in relation to: O Effectiveness and efficiency of operations. O Reliability and integrity of financial and operational information. O Safeguarding of assets. O Compliance with laws, regulations, and contracts. O Provide recommendations for operational efficiency and effectiveness
  • Where can Internal Auditing take you?
  • 2. The IAEP Program
  • Faculty Advisors Mark Salamasick Chris LinsteadtO Interests O Interests O Running O Baseball O Travel O FamilyO Publications O Publications O Internal Audit Textbook O Auditing Vendor O Auditing Vendor Relationships Relationships O PC Mgmt Best Practices O ExperienceO Experience O FDIC O Bank of America O Traveler’s Insurance O Andersen Consulting O Alliance DataBoth Mark and Chris still conduct independent audits periodically
  • VisionProvide an internationallyrecognized internal auditprogram that develops well-trained internal audit candidatesfrom cross disciplines to befuture leaders in the profession.
  • Three levels of schools Centers Comprehensive Foundation
  • Centers for Internal Auditing Excellence• The University of Texas at Dallas• Louisiana State University• University of Pretoria• Erasmus University Rotterdam• University van Amsterdam
  • Comprehensive Internal Auditing ProgramO Bentley College O University of Texas – Austin O Kennesaw State UniversityO Bradley University O DePaul UniversityO Eastern Michigan University O University of HoustonO Northern Illinois University O University of Nevada Las VegasO Old Dominion University O University at BuffaloO Pittsburg State University O University of New OrleansO University of Alabama at O University of North Texas Birmingham
  • Comprehensive Internal Auditing ProgramO Université Aix-Marseille O Provence, FranceO University of Pisa O Pisa, ItalyO Lebanese American University O Beirut, LebanonO Nanjing Audit University O Nanjing, PR ChinaO University of South Africa O Pretoria, South AfricaO Chulalongkorn University O Bangkok, thailand
  • Internal Auditing FoundationO University of Malaya O Rider University O St. Cloud UniversityO California State University- Fullerton O San Francisco State University O Texas A&M UniversityO Cleveland State University O University of Southern CaliforniaO Florida Atlantic University O University of Tennessee- KnoxvilleO Georgia State University O Utah Valley State UniversityO Grand Valley State University O Wayne State UniversityO Purdue University
  • Center for Internal Auditing Excellence ImplicationsO Students O Excited Employers O Job opportunities around the World O Ivy League of Internal Audit ProgramsO School O Grant Money O Books and Teaching Aids
  • Requirements of ProgramsO Key Requirements: O Adequate Communication Skills O Motivated to Learn Internal Audit O Any major or Graduate Program O Graduate Program Only O Can be Graduate Degree Seeking or Non- Degree Seeking O No-prerequisite classes
  • Core Internal Audit Course ACCT 6380O Different than any Other Course O Preparing students for Internal Audit Careers O CIA Exam Preparation O Practical Hands On Internal Audit Experience O Current Topics O Group Projects
  • Key Features of ProgramO Core Internal Audit Course Required of Everyone in ProgramO Nine to Eighteen credits of internal audit and control related classes required and sit for CIA and/or CISA exam for IAEPO Program is one of the few internal audit programs internationally which is cross discipline in natureO Focus on practical audit experience through internship and research opportunitiesO Participation in student IIA chapter and attendance at local IIA and ISACA meetings strongly encouraged, as well as participation in their committees
  • IAEP Curriculum Mapped to Certifications Course Description Exam Prep:ACCT 6380 Internal Audit CIAACCT 6336 Information Technology Audit and Risk CISA ManagementMIS 6330 Information Security CISSPACCT 6383 Forensic Accounting Investigations CFE See som.utdallas.edu/iaep for other courses: All ACCT courses in the IAEP program count towards the 30 hour CPA requirement
  • ScholarshipsO Over $20,000 worth of scholarships to be awarded next semester O Including the new Denny Beran Excellence in Internal Audit Scholarship O Deadline: April 30 O Application form online: www.utdallasiia.com
  • 3. UTDallas IIA Student Chapter
  • Officer PositionsO President: Jason KirkO Vice President: Dariel Dato-onO Treasurer: Kyle MorrisO Alumni Relations: Andrew RigsbyO Volunteers needed and help is appreciated
  • How can the chapter help you? O Weekly corporate sponsored receptions with a chance to network with professionals O IAEP classes prep you for numerous professional certifications O Periodic Site Visits to multiple locations in the DFW Metroplex O *Our most successful members are those who are active in the Chapter*
  • Where to find usO Come visit us in our office: MC 1.310A (basement of Library)O Visit our website: www.utdallasiia.comO Find us on Facebook and LinkedIn
  • Resume BookO New online system this semesterO Website: http://resume.utdallasiia.com/O Employers recruit out of our resume book
  • Upcoming Chapter MeetingsO January 25- Interviewing, Resume, and NetworkingO February 1- Job Search StrategiesO February 8- E&YO February 15- Bill Van SteenisO February 22- WeaverO February 29- Whitley PennO March 7- KBRO March 21- Grant ThortonO March 28- Fraud Conference
  • Social EventsO IntramuralsO BowlingO Top GolfO Happy Hours
  • IntramuralsO 5-on-5 Basketball O Rock ClimbingO Innertube Competition Basketball O 4v4 WhiffleballO 4v4 Xtreme O 8v8 Soccer Dodgeball O 4v4 Flag FootballO Wallyball 4’s O Contact Dariel if you’re interested!
  • Past Site Visits Southwest Airlines (Halloween Party)BNSF
  • How Do You Join?O Right now!!!O Fee - $15 each semesterO Where to Apply: Chapter Meetings or the Student Chapter office (MC 1.310A)O Free T-ShirtO Polo Shirts: $15 each (great for networking events)
  • Key Websites!O IAEP Program: som.utdallas.edu/centers/iaepO Student Chapter: www.utdallasiia.comO IIA Dallas Chapter: www.dallasiia.orgO North Texas ISACA: www.isacantx.org 32 1/18/2012