Accounting Fnd. for Management Decisions

ACCT 704  •  1 Credit  •  4 Weeks

Accounting 704 (not for MBA credit): Managerial Accounting is a graduate-level introduction course in accounting. This foundation course is designed to prepare a student for study in a Master’s of Business Administration program. To begin with, you will learn about a wide variety of cost terms and constructs that are used in the business world. Then you will study how accounting information is used within the organization, and how the reporting of financial information to internal users differs from how it is reported to external users.

Course Outcomes

  1. To demonstrate a basic understanding of cost terminology, and how it is used under different circumstances.
  2. To demonstrate an understanding of how management uses accounting information for internal decision-making.

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