This course will introduce the student to the principles and practice of management accounting. As a
discipline, Management Accounting is both a process and a function of supplying managers and
employees in an organization with relevant information, both financial and nonfinancial, for making
decisions, allocating scarce resources, monitoring and evaluating performance. Topics include costvolume-
profit relationships, job-order costing, variable costing and segment reporting, activity-based
costing and differential analysis. We will also cover relevant costing, master budgeting, performance
measurement, and the application of management accounting concepts and techniques to support
business decision making.