cost and management accounting

Managerial Accounting Part 4

Course Description

This course seeks to give an understanding of the ways in which management accountants can provide relevant information for a variety of decisions to be made in managing any organisation. On completion of this course, students should be able to identify, use and interpret the results of costing techniques appropriate to different activities and decisions; formulate and use standards and budgets for planning and control purposes; understand the role of responsibility accounting and performance measurement; understand the behavioural implications of performance measurement and transfer pricing systems in divisionalised businesses; appreciate the need to relate management accounting systems to contemporary thinking about organisational planning and control.

Course Objective

Budgeting and Budgetary, CVP Analysis and Break Even point, Relevance of Coting For Decision Making

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