Is there a degree in internal auditing

What is an internal auditor?


Education: Internal auditing is a discipline in business administration. Therefore, a degree with a corresponding focus is very good preparation for the job.

Vocational training:
Since internal auditing affects all areas of a company or an institution, experts with professional training are always in demand. Career changers are therefore expressly encouraged.

Practice: The progress of internal auditing is shaped most strongly by best practice and its exchange in the community. For example, the DIIR offers more than 35 working groups in which committed specialists from all industries exchange ideas on current issues. A good opportunity to learn from practice and theory.

Further education: The DIIR Academy is the leading provider of seminars on all relevant topics of internal auditing. Internal auditing is a professional field that is constantly evolving - just like the auditors themselves.
Certification: In cooperation with the global umbrella organization IIA, the DIIR also offers internationally recognized certifications: After passing the exam, the graduates receive, for example, the titles CIA (Certified Internal Auditor), CGAP (Certified Government Audit Professional), CFSA (Certified Financial Services Auditor), CCSA (Certification in Control Self-Assessment) or CRMA (Certification in Risk Management Assurance) awarded.

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Chair for Internal Auditing and Corporate Governance at the Mercator School of Management at the University of Duisburg-Essen