Cost Accounting (ACC 230)

Students study the accounting concepts and reports needed by managers to plan operations, control activities, and make decisions. Students learn what kind of information is needed, where this information can be obtained, and how to present this information for use by managers in a variety of reporting formats. Included in the course are cost behavior and Cost-Volume-Profit analysis, job-order, process, activity-based, and variable cost accounting systems, budgeting, standard costs and variances, responsibility accounting, incremental analysis, and capital budgeting.

Prerequisites

The following courses must be taken prior to this course
ACC 116 - Managerial Accounting or ACC 112 - Accounting Principles II with a minimum grade of C may be substituted
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