BUS 211 - Managerial Accounting

In an ever-changing business environment, managerial accounting information plays an increasingly important role in understanding business activities. Both financial and non-financial information must be utilized by managers in planning, directing, motivating and controlling organizations, and this course provides an introduction to many of the concepts and procedures necessary for effective business decision-making. Topics which are examined include traditional cost systems, activity-based cost systems, cost behavior analysis, break-even and cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, standard costing, transfer pricing systems, relevant costs, and responsibility accounting.

Prerequisites

  • Financial Accounting