This subject introduces students to the accounting and financial management disciplines in an integrated manner dealing with financial accounting, management accounting, social and environmental accounting and finance and business decision making using quantitative information technology and business communication skills. Students will gain an understanding of the accounting principles underlying the accounting process and the uses and limitations of financial statements published by business entities. Accounting and financial management issues faced by management and some of the techniques used by managers in decision making will also be addressed.
School of Accounting and Finance
Master of Business Administration Students only. Not available to students who have completed ACC501.
ACC501 There is some content overlap
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