A large part of an auditor's work includes evaluation of an organization's compliance with laws and regulatory requirements, internal policies and procedures, and other rules that an entity must follow. The objective of this case is to assist you in understanding both the importance of compliance auditing, and the need for auditors to exercise professional judgment when interpretation of rules is required. The case involves a hypothetical university's adherence to NCAA rules and regulations. The first part of the case provides exposure to various resources needed to develop an understanding of both intercollegiate athletics and compliance with rules established by its governing body, the NCAA. The second part requires you to use judgment in interpreting different scenarios that may or may not indicate compliance violations.
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Research Article| February 01 2002
Testing NCAA Compliance at Southeastern State University: A Case Study
Julia L. Higgs, Assistant Professor ;
Issues in Accounting Education (2002) 17 (1): 95–100.
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Julia L. Higgs, John T. Reisch; Testing NCAA Compliance at Southeastern State University: A Case Study. Issues in Accounting Education 1 February 2002; 17 (1): 95–100. doi: https://doi.org/10.2308/iace.2002.17.1.95
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