This class was tough.
On completion of this course, students should be able to identify, use and interpret the results of costing techniques appropriate to different activities and decisions; formulate and use standards and budgets for planning and control purposes; understand the role of responsibility accounting
Search for and identify multiple and relevant sources to inform management decisions. 7. Use relevant management accounting models, standards and information to analyse given business scenarios. 8. Present analysis of and recommendations for business scenarios individually and collaboratively to audiences with proficiency in management accounting.
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steeped in research methods and rigor based on empirical evidence and the scientific approach to knowledge development demonstrated through appropriate and relevant assessment