MBA 6011 - Financial and Managerial Accounting (4)

This course focuses equally on financial and managerial accounting. Financial accounting introduces principles and procedures involved in preparation and use of corporate financial statements. Income determination, asset and liability measurement, and disclosure requirements are covered. Emphasis is on how external parties can use published financial statements in making investment related decisions. Managerial accounting focuses on how accounting information can be used for internal decision making to improve operating efficiency. Cost concepts and classifications for different types of business decisions and use of managerial accounting information for planning, evaluation, and control aspects of business management are covered. Restricted to Business Administration, Business Administration, Business Administration, and Organization Development majors.