BCOR 2120 Accounting Information for Decision Making
4 semester hours
This course involves the study of managerial accounting. Accounting information is used by management to make decisions that guide the organization through planning, organizing, directing, and controlling activities. Decision making requires a future orientation to the information, with relevant and flexible data. Topics covered include cost classification, costing and pricing, estimation models, cost-volume-profit analysis, segment reporting, performance evaluation, operational and capital budgeting, and non-routine business decisions. This course draws heavily from economics, finance, management, and marketing.
Prerequisites: BCOR 2110 and MATH 112 or MATH 131 , all with a minimum grade of C (2.0).
University Core fulfilled: Flag: Information Literacy.