ACCTG 6901 - Cost Accounting: A Manager’s Perspective 1.8 Credit(s)
This course focuses on firms’ internal systems. The students first examine firms managerial accounting systems and their use in decision-making. The curriculum will focus on how to identify and extract relevant information from managerial accounting systems as an input to decision making, concentrating on product costing. Throughout, students will consider the role of management accounting in decisions concerning resource allocation and performance evaluation as well as the limitations of, and assumptions underlying, these data. The students then apply these skills to two broad topics: cost analysis and performance evaluation. This course will work on understanding the different kinds of costs incurred by firms and the way firms account for them.
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