If you’re a well-versed accountant with leadership capabilities, this unit could be the next best step in your career. You will develop an understanding of how accounting systems facilitate internal management planning and decision-making. You’ll then begin to apply this knowledge to real business case studies. You’ll comparatively study different types of firms within a range of industries, leaving you with a wealth of transferable skills to take into your future endeavours.

Whether you see yourself running your own business or working in higher management, studying Management Accounting will help you achieve your goals. You will be exposed to department costing, budgeting and allocation, transfer pricing and every aspect of strategic financial management.

In this unit, you will study:

  • The role of management accounting, cost terminology and CVP analysis
  • Product costing
  • Cost allocation
  • Planning and control
  • Relevant costs and decision-making
  • Strategy, Inventory management and transfer pricing.

Assessment

Please refer to the teaching and assessment breakdown for this unit.

Courses

You can study this unit as part of the Graduate Diploma in Accounting.

 

Please note, unit structure and content are subject to change. Contact your SCU Online student advisor on 1300 589 882 for more information based on your particular circumstances.