Masters Degree in Auditing in South Africa

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Auditing

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

The academic area of auditing refers to the analysis of financial records of an organization. Some common courses may include public auditing, law, finance and accounting, the auditing process and economy of the public sector.

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MCom in Auditing

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time Part time 2 years February 2019 South Africa Johannesburg + 1 more

The student should develop applied specialised competencies in the mastering, interpretation, understanding, analysis and application of auditing principles in the auditing field. A qualifying student should show evidence of independent and original scientific work through the master’s dissertation. [+]

The student should develop applied specialised competencies in the mastering, interpretation, understanding, analysis and application of auditing principles in the auditing field. A qualifying student should show evidence of independent and original scientific work through the master’s dissertation.

Admission requirements: A potential student must be in possession of an Accounting oriented Bachelor of Commerce Honour's qualification on New NQF level 8 / Old NQF level 7, which is deemed applicable by the Department of Accountancy. Finalisation of registration for the programme (and/or continued registration) is subject to applicants complying with departmental-specific requirements. Such requirements usually include preparatory work leading up to a research proposal that is approved by the department. Possible examples of preparatory work are pre-reading, literature reviews, concept development, and successful completion of short courses aimed at skills and/or knowledge development. Candidates may also be required to successfully defend their research proposals at special discussion sessions.... [-]


MCom in Computer Auditing

University of Johannesburg
Campus Part time 2 years February 2019 South Africa Johannesburg

The student should develop applied specialised competencies in the mastering, interpretation, understanding, analysis and application of computer auditing principles in the computer auditing field. A qualifying student should show evidence of independent and original scientific work through a limited scope dissertation. [+]

The student should develop applied specialised competencies in the mastering, interpretation, understanding, analysis and application of computer auditing principles in the computer auditing field. A qualifying student should show evidence of independent and original scientific work through a limited scope dissertation.

Admission requirements: A potential student should possess an honours qualification or a postgraduate diploma in a related computer auditing field, on New NQF level 8 / Old NQF level 7. Alternatively any other four-year qualification on New NQF level 8 / Old NQF level 7 and related practical auditing experience which is considered relevant and sufficient by the Department of Accountancy. Preparatory study and an entrance examination may be required by the Department of Accountancy. A selection process will be followed. ... [-]