ACCT 702: Managerial Accounting (2)

Managerial accounting provides information to decision-makers within the business, such as supervisors and executives. The course describes the process through which economic information is captured and distributed internally as budgets and other reports. It also covers various uses of managerial accounting information for internal decision-making. These uses include planning for profitable operations, determining costs of products and services, and evaluating performance within an organization. Not open to MAcc students or students with credit in ACCT 325. Prerequisite: ACCT 701. Enrollment restricted. LEC
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