The Master in Auditing is the common AuditXcellence degree program of the Frankfurt School and the FH Mainz. He is offered at the Frankfurt study location and prepares optimally for the profession of auditor. Based on the requirements of § 8a WPO, the degree course is the same
It is conceived that the examinations achieved in the course of study can be recognized in three out of seven examinations of the Wirtschaftsprüfung Exam. The course prepares for the four remaining examinations.
The degree program prepares students for taking on a leading position and specifically for the auditing exam. Graduates aspiring to the WP exam only have to pass four instead of seven written exams, since their achievements in the fields of business administration, economics, and business law are credited towards the exam. The degree program concludes with the internationally recognized degree "Master of Science" in Auditing.
The Master in Auditing is aimed at employees of accounting firms who wish to prepare for the audit exam integrated into a Master's degree program with an academic degree.
1. A completed final examination in a course of study lasting at least six semesters at a university in Germany or an equivalent final examination abroad.
2. Knowledge of English, which fully allows you to process English-language literature, successfully participate in English-language courses, write written papers in English and give presentations.
3. The students must also fulfill the following requirements:
- acc. § 3 No. 1 WPAnrV Execution of a three-month activity according to § 9 Abs. 1 WPO and three months examination according to § 9 Abs. 2 WPO (practical period) after acquisition of the first professional qualification, but before the start of the Master program as well
- acc. § 3 No. 2 WPAnrV the existence of an entrance examination, which takes into account the shares relevant to auditing; at the time of the entrance examination, the practical period must be completed. The exam is governed by the Statute of Access for the Master in Auditing.
4. The willingness of the employer to exempt the employee to the extent required for the intended study
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