Courses Bachelor Display 2019-2020
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|Course title||Management Accounting|
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|Language of instruction||English|
The leading theme of this course is the value of accounting information for decision-making within the firm. The course provides an overview of state-of-the-art advanced cost accounting and cost management techniques. Some topics in this respect are: activity-based costing and activity-based management, performance evaluation (measurement) techniques (scorecards, …) and cost allocation issues.
A selection of such issues will be covered in depth during the course. In addition, this course introduces and discusses both state-of-the-art research studies and more popular contemplations regarding strategic cost accounting and especially cost management.
The leading theme of this course is the value of accounting information for decision-making within the firm. The course elaborates on cost accounting and cost management techniques. Some topics in this respect are: Activity Based Costing/Management, Balanced Scorecard, Cost Allocation and Performance Measurement. A selection of such issues will be covered in depth during the course. In addition, this course discusses state-of-the-art articles describing research studies and more popular contemplations regarding cost accounting and especially cost management.
█ Fiscal Economics:
█ Only for students who started the programme prior to September 2019.
* 2nd year courses Accounting II (EBC2002) or Finance and Accounting (EBC2007).
* This course requires a basic knowledge of accounting procedures. Therefore, students should have at least completed a first year or second year bachelor course in accounting. Ideally, students should also have taken an intermediary course in financial or management accounting. Students that do not have any background in accounting should have a full bachelor degree in business or economics.
* An advanced level of English
|Teaching methods||PBL / Presentation / Assignment / Groupwork|
|Assessment methods||Participation / Written Exam|
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