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of the syllabus being covered. 19 Bibliography Indicative bibliography and key on-line resources Atrill, P. and McLaney, E. (2010) Management Accounting for Decision Makers, 6th Edition, Financial Times Press. Bryman A. and Cramer D. (2011) Quantitative Data Analysis with IBM SPSS 17, 18 & 19 – A Guide for Social Scientists, Routledge Dewhurst, F. (2006) Quantitative Methods for Business and Management, 2nd Edition, McGraw Hill Drury, C. (2009) Management Accounting for Business, 4th ed, Cengage Learning EMEA. Hongren C., Bhimani A., Datar S. and Foster G. (2012) Management and Cost Accounting, 5th ed., Financial Times Press. Oakshot, L. (2012) Essential Quantitative Methods, 5th Edition, Palgrave Ray Proctor (2009), Managerial Accounting for Business Decisions, 3rd edition, Financial Times Press. Render B. Stair, R. and Hanna, M. (2012) Quantitative Analysis for Management, 11th Edition, Pearson Rowntree, D. (2004) Statistics Without Tears: An introduction for non-mathematicians, Penguin Books Swift, L. and Piff, S. (2010) Quantitative Methods for Business, Management and Finance, 3rd edition, Palgrave Wisniewski, M. (2009) Quantitative Methods for Decision Makers, 5th Edition, Financial Times/Prentice Hall Janet Geary 2012 Page 4
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20 Approved to run from September 2012 21 Module multivalency 22 Subject Standards Board Janet Geary 2012 Page 5
Weekly Programme Lecture Topics – Seminar/Workshop/Practical details week content Assessments 1 Introduction to the Module setting up data files in SPSS 2 Normal Distribution Producing graphs and descriptive statistics in SPSS 3 Hypothesis testing: Chi-squared Chi-squared using SPSS 4 Hypothesis testing : Significance tests for means T-test for population mean , two-sample t-test using SPSS 5 Confidence intervals using SPSS for confidence intervals 6 Correlation and Regression Using SPSS for bivariate correlation and regression 7 Student Activity week 8 Multiple Regression using SPSS for multiple regression 9 Interpreting Multiple Regression output 10 Graphical Linear Programming Using Win QSB for LP 11 Linear programming: shadow prices and sensitivity analysis Using Win QSB for LP 12 Linear Programming: extension to more than 2 variables Using Win QSB for LP 13 Project management Using MS Project coursework 1 (30%) 14 Project management Using MS Project 15 Project management Using MS Project 16 Intro. to accounting for management decisions 17 Cost behaviour and cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis 18 Product costing – traditional overhead costing and activity-based costing (ABC) systems 19 Management Accounting Test One Management Accounting Test 1 (10%) 20 Student Activity week 21 Budgeting I – Budgeting process and the preparation of sales and operational budgets 22 Budgeting II – Preparation of cash budgets and the master budget 23 Management Accounting Test Two Management Accounting Test 2 (10%) 24 Relevant costs and benefits for decisions 25 Relevant information for operating decisions: Short-term decisions with scarce resources Janet Geary 2012 Page 6
26 Risk and uncertainty in decision-making 27 Management Accounting Test Three Management Accounting Test 3 (10%) 28

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