Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Accounting methods and techniques utilized by corporations, cost systems, budgeting, and the utilization of accounting data for planning and control. Prerequisite: ACC201 I recommend this professor, because everything is laid out for you to complete at your own pace.
Introduce students to managerial decision processes and the use of accounting information. Develop a general understanding of job order, process and activity-based costing. Familiarize students with cost behavior and the components of cost-volume-profit analysis. Familiarize students with the steps in management decision-making and incremental analysis. Develop a general understanding of budgetary planning as well as budgetary control and responsibility. Develop a general understanding of standard costs, and the "balanced scorecard" approach. Familiarize students with planning and analysis for Capital Investments.
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Advice for students:
the professor actually talks back! "I try to check email as often as possible and will try to get back to you SOON. ALWAYS fill in the subject line of the email so I have an idea of what your email is about. Since I receive over 200 emails per week I cannot always respond quickly. Feel free to email me with any questions, concerns, or just to say Hi! ... YA AIN'T BOTHERIN ME !!! I expect email. (It gives me the illusion that I actually have friends). If you need to get in touch with me NOW but I can't be found ... contact the Accounting Department administrative assistant, Maria Gonzalez at 651-3100. She is located on the Henderson campus in C100 (she can always find me no matter where I hide). "