In today’s corporate environment the nature and functions of business organizations have become exceedingly complicated.  Today’s managers need to respond to an ever increasing number of transactions, a continuous flow of information, from both internal and external sources, and to the demands of varying business stakeholders. Management Accounting is the process of identifying, measuring, analyzing and presenting information that is relevant to business decision making. It is a tool that helps organize business information towards the pursuit of an organization's goals. This module aims at equipping students with the essential elements of management accounting including Cost Classification and Cost Behaviour, Alternative Costing Techniques, Profit Planning and Budgeting and Performance Evaluation Systems. Geared towards those who aspire in positions in middle/upper management the course supplements theory with numerous applications and real-life cases.

  

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