Auditors evaluate financial records and expense statements making sure they comply with accounting and government rules. They check for accuracy and legality within private and public sector companies. They also help clients minimize financial and legal risks that might result from inaccurate accounting and bookkeeping. Auditors are precise, organized and investigative. Auditing is a career that is in high demand.
The Auditing Minor associated with the Monroe College Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting Program teaches students how to properly review and analyze complex accounting records. The curriculum familiarizes students with required legal and accounting terminology. Our faculty of public and private auditors gives students the academic tools they need to achieve success at internships with leading accounting and finance firms.
Monroe College of Accounting Bachelor’s Degree graduates go on to have successful auditing careers as entrepreneurs and leading accounting firm employees. If you’re interested in becoming an auditor, visit here to learn how Monroe College can get you further in your career.