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FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUS 388-001
 

Summary: FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
BUS 388-001
COST ACCOUNTING
COURSE OUTLINE ­FALL 2011
Dr. Wallace Lockhart
Office: ED 565.6 Phone 337-2394 Fax 585-5361
E-mail: wallace.lockhart@uregina.ca
Course Overview and Objectives: This course extends the basic cost concepts and procedures
covered in introductory management accounting, and introduces additional management
accounting tools. Specifically, cost accumulation, product costing and cost allocation models,
and cost and profitability variance analysis, including the limitations of such systems, are
examined. The course emphasizes the preparation and use of relevant information for operating,
planning, and control decisions, as well as financial reporting. You will develop an
understanding of cost accounting concepts and techniques, both traditional and contemporary,
and have opportunities to apply them to management decision scenarios.
Prerequisites: BUS 288
Meeting Times:
Class Section Meeting Times Final Exam
BUS 388-001 M,W 4PM ED 623 Dec 12, 2011 19:00 to 22:00
Textbook (Required): Eldenberg, Wolcott, Chen, and Cook, Cost Management, Measuring,

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics