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Fundamentals of Management Accounting

  • ACCG200
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This unit is the first of three undergraduate units in cost and management accounting and is necessary for ICAA, CPA and NIA membership. The unit explains how cost information is generated and used in organisations for decision-making purposes. There are three main parts to the unit:<br/>- using costs for decision making;<br/>- costing techniques (job/process costing and cost allocations); and<br/>- budget setting and evaluating performance against the budget.<br/><br/>By the end of the unit students are able to discriminate between the various product costing techniques available, solve problems by identifying and selecting appropriate courses of action, and demonstrate an understanding... -- Course Website

Instructor: Accounting and corporate governance staff

Prerequisites: ACCG101 or ACCG105(P) or ACCG106(P) 

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