2018-19 University Bulletin 
    Dec 02, 2022  
2018-19 University Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ACC (0201) 203 - Cost Accounting

Credits: 3.00

Designed to give the student an in-depth introduction to the procedures for gathering cost information and the utilization of such information for management decision-making purposes. An extensive examination is made of the job order, process, and standard cost systems used for the recording of costs. In addition, stress is placed on management decision-making tools, including break-even analysis, economic order quantity, direct costing, and cost volume-profit analysis. The use of the budget as a management tool for planning and controlling operations is stressed and procedures are examined for the analysis of variance from budget due to cost and volume factors.

Prerequisite 1: ACC 101   Prerequisite 2: ACC 102