AF211-01A Managerial Accounting (with Mark Radding)
Presents the theory and technique of managerial accounting, from the particular perspective of the manager. The course covers the identification and analysis of the behavior of costs within the organization, and illustrates how managers use such knowledge for planning and control. Major topics include responsibility accounting, comprehensive and cash budgeting, standard job order and process cost systems, cost-volume-profit analysis, cost allocation, activity-based costing, standard costs, and variance analysis.
Prerequisite(s): AF 210 and a minimum of 30 credits MGT majors only.
Course is full.