Master in Accounting Control Audit

After one year of common core course within the framework of Master Finance, the training programme leading to Master in Accounting Control Audit contains studies lasting for one year including six months devoted to theoretical courses and six months of professional internship in a company, sanctioned by the Master’s degree which is co-issued by INSCAE and IAE of Poitiers (France).

  • Overall Objective of the Training Programme:

The overall objective of this training programme is to provide necessary skills and knowledge to become high level auditors, accountants and management controllers.

  • Intended Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the training, students will be able to:

  • Control punctually and in a hindsight the regularity and sincerity of documents and accounting procedures
  • Drawing up summary reports on the accounting or financial situation
  • Advise new accounting or financial procedures
  • Have a legal background and knowledge in accounting computer systems
  • Have a good command of the methods and tools of verification
  • Become real professionals in the field of external or internal audit.

 

  • Entry requirements:

The training is for:

  • holders of DESCA or DHEF issued by INSCAE;
  • students from Master 1-Option Finance of INSCAE

 

  • Course Syllabus:

The training contains theoretical courses (spread over the first 6 months) and a professional internship in a company (during the second semester) for the preparation and completion of the final dissertation.

The program comprises the following teaching units (TU):

TU 1 - International Accounting Module (15 credits)
TU 2 - Audit Module (08 credits)
TU 3 - Legal and Tax Management Module (05 credits)
TU 4 - English Module (02 credits)
TU 5 - Internship and Thesis module (30 credits).

 

  • Teaching methods:

 

  • Courses taught by visiting professors from IAE Poitiers, INSCAE and professionals;
  • Theoretical courses, case studies, group work, individual or group oral presentations, followed by ongoing assessment of knowledge and written examinations.

 

  • Graduation

 

The degree is awarded to students who:

  • have followed the lessons diligently and have an overall score of at least 10/20 in order to be admitted to prepare and support the final dissertation;
  • have the required minimum mark (10/20) at the defense of the final dissertation.

 

  • Control of Knowledge:

 

The examination session is held at the end of each course. A check on each instruction will be marked out of 20 points.

The final dissertation, attesting the candidate's ability to present the results of his research, will be marked out of 80 points. A score below 40 points (10/20) will be eliminated.

  • Calendar

    Selection

    The notice of selection for the year 2017-2018 is started from 01 July 2017. Registration forms are to be withdrawn from the Director of Studies of INSCAE; note that the deadline for the inscriptions is on 31 July 2017.

        Lessons

    The courses will begin in September 2017 and will end in March 2018. A class session lasts in general 03h.
     Classes are held every day from Monday to Friday, and for 07 to 10 days blocked for courses taught by a visiting professor.

       Thesis


    The defense of the dissertation will be done in October 2018, and the deadline for submission of the dissertation to the Direction of Studies of the INSCAE is in September 2018.
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