The audit environment continues to change in dramatic ways, and Johnstone/Gramling/Rittenberg’s AUDITING: A RISK BASED-APPROACH, 11E prepares students for that fast-changing world by developing their professional and ethical decision-making skills. AUDITING integrates the latest in standards, including new guidance from the PCAOB on audit reports, fraud risks, emerging topics such as data analytics, and ethical challenges facing today’s financial statement auditors within a framework of professional skepticism. Extensively re-written to be more student focused, AUDITING has multiple hands-on opportunities to develop critical-thinking skills with new in-text learning features including “What Do You Think? For Classroom Discussion,” and “Prompts for Critical Thinking: It’s Your Turn!”. Finally, unique end-of-chapter Tableau®-based problems help students become formidable data-driven decision makers. AUDITING can be paired with MindTap digital resources, which offer an interactive ebook as well as engaging, high-impact cases to teach data-driven decision making skills.