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KSB-631 Managerial Accounting and Operations Management (3) Course Level: Graduate

Managerial Accounting and Operations Management (3) This course prepares students using accounting and operations information to develop decision models for corporate performance measurement, forecasting, and planning. The overarching business disciplines related to managerial accounting and production and operations management are explored through a manufacturing firm model where students gain working knowledge in the principles, concepts, and techniques of cost measurement management, and control systems including job-order costing, cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analysis, traditional and activity-based product costing and intra-firm performance evaluation coupled with production and operations management (POM) decision models related to forecasting, aggregate planning, facility location, project scheduling, and inventory control. Grading: A-F only. Restriction: MBA or Analytics (MS) program.