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ACCY 6202 : Cases in Management Accounting II
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ACCY-GC: Graduate Certificate in Accountancy
School of Business
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Cases in Management Accounting II
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Cases in Mgmt Accounting II
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ACCY 6201/MBAD 6213
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Further topics in applying concepts of control and decision analysis to optimize the financial management of organizations.
Students will be able to:
1. Use appropriately internal financial information to (a) make resource allocation decisions and (b) to exercise management control.
2. Understand how information that you rely on has been created.
3. Develop an appreciation of the strategic importance of cost data collection and analysis in successful management.
4. Develop an understanding of the cost accumulation process so that you, as a manager, can communicate effectively with the controller and other management accountants.
5. master specific techniques for using cost data in (1) product and customer analysis, (2) decision making, and (3) planning, control and performance.
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