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This course extends the operational tools and techniques introduced in AC1514. It develops more complex problem-solving techniques in the planning, control and decision-making process. It shows how quantitative methods and analytical techniques can be applied in management accounting solutions to management problems. It also emphasises the diverse industrial, commercial and not-for-profit settings in which management accountants work. It seeks to develop in students an understanding the organisational context as well as the nature of management accounting information. The focus is to enhance studentsâ€™ problem-solving and communication skills, and develop their ability to select and apply appropriate techniques in specific contexts.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
|Assessment Weeks||Feedback Weeks|
One-hour class test.
|Assessment Weeks||15||Feedback Weeks||18|
Verbal feedback will be provided during tutorial discussions. Individual submissions of coursework and class test will be marked and returned to students, and the marks of coursework could include brief additional comments where considered necessary. Feedback of formal assessments wlil be provided in line with the Univeristy Common Grading Scale (CGS).
There are no assessments for this course.