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Information Systems Auditing Degree Program

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Course Descriptions

Major Area

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Professional Core

Take a detailed look at courses that build upon your general education knowledge, and help to prepare you for major area coursework.

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Curriculum

Information Systems Auditing - Bachelor of Science Degree

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Build well-rounded skills and learn the industry specific knowledge you will need to be successful in your career.

Information Systems Auditing - Subsequent Bachelor of Science Degree

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Looking to earn an additional bachelor’s degree? A subsequent degree is specifically designed for students who have already completed a bachelor's degree or higher.

Meet Your Faculty

From the board room to the classroom

Each Franklin major is designed with the ongoing input of industry experts to ensure you gain respected and relevant knowledge that can be applied instantly in the workplace.

Charles Saunders

Charles Saunders, Jr. - Lead Faculty

Dr. Saunders specializes in auditing and forensic accounting. He amassed over 25 years of internal audit experience while employed at American Electric Power, where he performed control self-assessment, audit planning, risk assessment, and control reviews. Dr. Saunders is active with the Institute of Internal Auditors and holds a doctorate from The Ohio State University.

Program Outcomes

  • Develop audit plans and procedures to analyze information system risks, controls, and performance within a business process
  • Analyze and resolve accounting systems problems and opportunities within organizations using accounting and information technology concepts, principles, and techniques
  • Communicate accounting and information systems ideas, concepts, audit findings, solutions, and recommendations
  • Evaluate information systems security controls as they relate to the collection, processing, reporting, and preservation of data and their effects on managerial decision-making

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