Accounting for Managerial Decision Making

Course Code ACCT-701
Lecture hours per week 4
Lab hours per week
Course Availability: Open

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.

Course Outline ACCT-701.pdf