Applied Information Management

Managerial Accounting for Decision Making

Department: AIM
Number: 610
CRN: 26909
Credits: 3
Date: January 7–February 22, 2019
Day and Time: Online
Instructor(s): David Tucker
Fee: $2361
Grade Option: Graded
Registration Deadline: 12/07/2018

Course Description

This course examines the value and use of accounting for making decisions within an organization. Core topics from managerial accounting are covered, including job costing, activity-based costing, cost-volume-profit analysis, relevant costs for decision-making, and capital budgeting. The course is designed for students ranging from those with no formal education in accounting to those with some background in accounting who want to improve knowledge and skills in decision-making.

Prerequisite(s) Required

Virtual Learning and Teams

Course Materials

Fraser, L. M., & Ormiston, A. (2015). Understanding financial statement (11th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. ISBN: 978-0133874037 or 0133874036. (Required.)

NOTE: There is a Global Edition paperback listed on Amazon, but this version of the textbook is not suitable for the Managerial Accounting course. The Global Edition has been modified from the North American version to benefit students outside the US and Canada.

Online registration not currently available for this course

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The Applied Information Management Master's Degree is an Interdisciplinary Studies program through the Graduate School.