Macquarie University

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Accounting IB

  • ACCG101
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This unit aims to build on the principles and concepts of financial accounting established in ACCG100. Topics include an examination of the regulatory framework of financial accounting including the definition, recognition and measurement of assets, liabilities, income and expenses. Aspects of investor decision making are covered, including financial statement analysis. In addition, the unit introduces students to aspects of management accounting including cost-volume-profit analysis, job costing and concepts relating to budgeting. The unit develops graduate capabilities centred on effective oral and written communication skills, and analytical and critical thinking skills. -- Course Website

Instructor: Accounting and corporate governance staff

Prerequisites: ACCG100(P) or ACCG105(P) 

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