This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of management accounting. It complements concepts covered in Financial Accounting by focusing on the accounting functions internal to the organization.
Management Accounting is concerned with the data and techniques used in the decision-making process. This includes:
analysis and accounting for costs
exposure to cost behaviour (cost-volume-profit)
the contribution approach
differential cash flows
The course will also discuss recent developments such as activity-based costing.
Develop their analytical, problem solving and decision-making skills.
Learn how to use accounting information to make basic business decisions.
Apply strategic thinking within the problem solving process.
Improve communication skills (both written & oral).
Any requests to withdraw received more than one week prior to the term start date will be issued a full tuition refund. A refund—less an administrative fee ($60)—will be issued if you request to withdraw or transfer courses within the week prior to the term start date or on the term start date. No refunds will be issued after the term start date regardless of the course start date. Requests to transfer from one course section to another, or to withdraw from one course to another, are considered course withdrawals and will adhere to withdrawal deadlines noted above. Please visit https://continuingstudies.uvic.ca/business-and-management/programs/student-resources/important-dates for all upcoming withdrawal deadlines. All requests to withdraw or transfer from a course should be directed toward the registration team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-472-4747.
Credit vs non-credit
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