Information Management and Technology Assurance Classroom Materials
Information Management and Technology Assurance involves understanding how technical skills and financial acumen can be used to evaluate technology risks in support of business objectives.
The below are supplemental curriculum resources that the AICPA Academics team has reviewed and can be used in the classroom.
The Academics team is proud to offer award-winning curricula designed to encourage faculty and expand the knowledge of accounting students. The curricula below is from the Accounting Professors Curriculum Resource tool and has been recognized for excellence with the Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation and Teaching Award, the George Krull/Grant Thornton AAA Innovation in Junior and Senior-Level Teaching Award, or the Mark Chain/FSA Innovation in Graduate Teaching Award.
- Transforming Traditional Auditing and Accounting Information Systems Graduate Classes into Hybrid Classes by Incorporating a "Blended Learning" Format
This resource can be used to apply Rosner's use of "blended learning" or hybrid format to Advanced Accounting Information Systems and Advanced Assurance and Computer Auditing.
Related AICPA Sections and Credentials
Information Management and Technology Assurance Section
The AICPA’s Information Management and Technology Assurance (IMTA) Section has been carefully crafted to support members who offer assurance services and information management support for their clients and decision-makers within their organizations.
Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP)
The Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP) is a specialty designation that identifies CPAs with the unique ability to bridge between business and technology while meeting the strict requirements for a CPA license as well as additional training and experience in Emerging Trends, IT Assurance and Risk, Business Solutions, Data Analytics and Security and Privacy.