Our Accounting specialization reaches beyond traditional financial statements.
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The objective of financial reporting is to provide information about the financial position, performance, and changes in the financial position of a company.
This course covers current practices in corporate financial reporting and issues relating to asset value and income determination. The emphasis is on financial statement analysis, reporting techniques and the interpretation of financial disclosures to help improve risk assessment, forecasting, and decision‐making, and the use of cost analysis.
The participants should be able to read and interpret annual reports and will be able to make their own informed opinion about the financial performance and perspective of the reporting entity.
Managerial accounting is what managers use to measure the success or failure of business performance.
This course aims to develop an understanding of accounting information to be used by management in planning and controlling operations. It provides a framework for measuring managerial performance that is developed through an analytical treatment of cost behavior under dynamic conditions.
Students master tools such as job costing, process costing, activity-based costing, variable costing, cost estimation, cost-volume-profit analysis, and budgeting. The ability to use costs in decision-making contexts are identified.
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