ABOUT THE CIA EXAM
How to Register for the CIA Exam
The CIA exam is entirely computer-based and, as such, the three exam parts can be taken at any time throughout the year at one of the 500+ Pearson VUE centers worldwide, or via a local testing provider…
Internal Auditors are responsible for key functions within the accountancy field. They provide an independent and objective assessment of a company’s operations, specifically the effectiveness of its internal control structure…
Not to be confused with the government agency, in the world of accounting and finance, CIA® refers to Certified Internal Auditor, a professional charged with…
About the CIA Exam
Certified Internal Auditor® Program Requirements
Administered by Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), the Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA) program has specific education and experience requirements, in addition to passing the CIA exam, that you must meet to complete your certification as an Internal Auditor.
What Is a CIA® & Why Is Certification Required?
Not to be confused with the government agency, in the world of accounting and finance, CIA® refers to Certified Internal Auditor, a professional charged with auditing an organization’s or client’s financials to spot inefficiencies, waste or abuse.
Certified Internal Auditor Basics
The Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) exam is a three-part series of tests administered by The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) to evaluate a candidate’s demonstrated knowledge of current internal auditing practices as well as internal audit issues, risks and remedies.
How Do I Earn CIA® Certification?
Becoming a Certified Internal Auditor® is a great way to advance your career in accounting as well as enjoy greater job security and career prospects. But completing your CIA certification requires a great deal of work, time and patience, as there are a number of requirements you’ll need to fulfill (and document) along the way.