The graduate certificate Internal Audit Services is designed primarily for individuals who want to strengthen their understanding of internal audit and prepare for the Certified Internal Auditor examination. Students who pursue this post-baccalaureate certificate may also use the coursework as part of the M.S. in Accounting and Business Advisory Services program.
To receive a Certificate in Internal Audit Services, you must complete 12 credits of coursework and maintain a cumulative GPA of no less than 3.0 for courses taken in the certificate program. The coursework must be completed after you have received a bachelor's degree or equivalent.
The following is required for Admission into the Certificate Program:
Application: Complete your application. Questions about the application should be directed to the Office of Graduate and International Admissions (410.837.6565).
Personal Statement: Detail your reasons for seeking a graduate business education, your short-and long-term professional and personal goals, and how you think this graduate program will help you achieve them. Provide any additional information highlighting unique aspects of your candidacy to the Admissions Committee. Please limit statement to 1,000 words.
Transcripts: Submit two copies of official transcripts from all institutions attended. Applicants to the graduate business certificate programs are required to have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0.
Letters of Recommendation: Provide two letters of recommendation addressing your abilities to successfully complete a graduate business program.
Resume: Provide a current resume detailing employment history (including dates, titles, responsibilities, and community activities.
GMAT: The GMAT is not required for applicants to the graduate business certificate programs.
Gainful Employment Information
U.S. Department of Education "gainful employment information" is pending for this new certificate. Documentation has been filed. This information is provided to help you make an informed decision about this certificate program related to time and resources required to complete the program and possible employment outcomes.
Until such USDE certification is received, federal financial aid for this certificate cannot be promised or disbursed. The Office of Financial Aid can provide you with guidance on financing your education. Check back for updates on the certificate's status.
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