University of Technology Sydney

22747 Accounting for Managerial Decisions

There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 220800 Accounting for Decision Makers AND 22784 Accounting: Concepts and Applications AND 22800 Understanding Accounting and Financial Reports



This subject aims to expose students to the nature and use of accounting information as used by managers to plan and control business operations as well as for decision support. The subject is intended to prepare students to understand and use accounting information for decision support, analysing historical operations and planning future business activity. It provides a sound grounding in the application of accounting concepts and techniques used to gain intelligence about all aspects of business operations.

The topics comprise a mix of financial and management accounting. The financial accounting topics concern the basic financial statements, their analysis and the concepts and procedures that underpin their preparation. The management accounting topics relate to cost and profit planning, and the use and application of financial information to support management decision activity for both routine and non-routine business situations.

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