|POSTING - 10 September 2021|
Internal Audit Academic Awareness Program
The Institute of Internal Auditors (The IIA) commends Institutions of higher learning (universities) that promote internal audit awareness and education through their curricula. The IIA understands that it requires dedication and university resources to support internal audit education. The IIA also understands that not all universities are able to devote the same commitment to teaching internal auditing. However, any commitment to building awareness of internal auditing, regardless of magnitude, can make a huge difference to a student searching for a career.
The IIA, the internationally recognized global voice for the profession and principal educator has stepped forward to assist universities in this effort by providing a program to recognize the various degrees of commitment and effort universities are making to provide students with the information and skill sets necessary to be able to choose from a variety of career paths.
The IIA Internal Audit Academic Awareness Program acknowledges universities teaching Internal Auditing as a standalone Internal Audit course such as Principles of Internal Auditing or Operational Auditing. This course provides students with an introduction to the profession and key activities of an entry level internal auditor.
If you believe that your school qualifies for the Internal Audit Academic Awareness Program, please complete the Request for Recognition form: