Lewis University MBA 59-550-P: Managerial Accounting Summer 2010 Instructor: Thomas P. O'Shea, MST, CPA Office Hours: By Appointment Phone: (815) 806-1705 Office E-Mail : [email protected]Course Description: This course provides the background for managers who need to make the most of accounting information in the business environment. Text: Palepu, Krishna G. ACP Management Accounting Cases Compiled for Lewis University – Managerial Accounting 59-550 Cengage Learning 2009. Course Objectives : This is not a Cost Accounting class. The main focus of the class is to offer insight into the intelligent use of accounting information in your professional, as well as personal lives. The most important objectives of this class will be: - to learn what questions to ask accountants - to understand their roles as managers in controlling accounting processes - to discover the limitations of accounting information for management purposes - to recognize problems and how the Accounting framework effects their solutions
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2010 for the course MBA 11111 taught by Professor Spike during the Fall '10 term at Lewis University .