November 17, 2022

Application of managerial accounting concepts, techniques and issues, emphasizing uses of internal accounting information for decision making, planning or budgeting, and evaluation/control. Topics include alternative cost measurement, accumulation, allocation methods, or analysis techniques (job, process, just-in-time, standard, activity-based costing, cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analysis, contribution approach) that are relevant to various managerial decisions (production, pricing, etc.) and related issues (behavioral implications). Prerequisites: MBA degree-seeking status, demonstrated proficiency in all competency areas, and MBA 505 must either be completed before taking MBA 520 or taking MBA 505 concurrently with MBA 520.(G)(3)