ACC-427 Cost Accounting

A study of the role of accounting information in decision making emphasizing the use of accounting data for internal management decisions. The course includes an introduction to cash flows, cost accounting, cost-volume-profit relationships, and budgeting in business decisions and the theory, terminology, accumulation, reporting and evaluation of costs, including job order process and standard cost break-even analysis and budgeting techniques.


3 credits


ACC-222 must be completed prior to taking this course.