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BUS 3103 Managerial Accounting (4)

How can managers use accounting information to help create and assess value in organizations? The course emphasizes three main areas: (1) understanding how an organization consumes resources and generates value, (2) using accounting information for decision making, and (3) using financial and nonfinancial information to assess organizational performance. Students will learn how to use the tools that facilitate better pricing, operating and investing decisions, including cost allocation, cost behavior and estimation, Cost-Volume-Profit analysis, incremental analysis, managing constraints, analyzing cash flows, and ratio analysis.

  • Prerequisite: BSBA Admission- BUS 2103. Strongly recommended: ECON 112
  • Offering: Fall

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