BUS 506 ACCOUNTING FOR DECISION MAKING AND CONTROL
This course covers a comprehensive, graduate level exploration of managerial accounting. The main focus of this course is the use of accounting data in the management and decision making of an organization.
- Planning operations
- Controlling activities
- Making decisions
- Show what information is needed with an organization, where this information can be obtained, and how this information can be used by managers to plan, control, and make decisions.
- Emphasize that there is no perfect (cost) accounting system that addresses all the needs of managers.
- Present the trade-offs between designing systems for reporting, decision-making, control and performance evaluation.
Accounting for Decision Making and Control (9th ed.)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education (2016)
Author: Zimmerman, J.L.
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