On completion of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Explain the roles of cost accounting, management accounting, and financial accounting.
2. Identify elements of costs.
3. Allocate and evaluate costs.
4. Calculate product costs under different methods of cost accounting.
5. Identify relevant costs for decision-making.
6. Describe the principles of budgeting and prepare budgets.
7. Identify any ethical issues that may be met by management accountants.
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Unit 1 - Scope of Management Accounting
Unit 2 - Cost Classification
Unit 3 - Material Costs
Unit 4 - Labour Costs
Unit 5 - Overhead Costs
Unit 6 - Specific Order Costing
Unit 7 - Process Costing
Unit 8 - Absorption and Marginal Costing
Unit 9 - CVP Analysis
Unit 10 - Relevant and Irrelevant Costs
Unit 11 - Activity Based Costing
Unit 12 - Standard Costing
Unit 13 - Variance Analysis
Unit 14 - Budgeting
Unit 15 - Budgetary Control
The course has been designed for students undertaking Cost and Management Accounting under CPA(U) professional course and has been built around the official CPA(U) syllabus. The course is also designed for students undertaking Management Accounting at an institution of higher learning.
CPA Innocent MUGISHA
CPA Innocent Mugisha is a Professor of Finance and Accounting with over 10 years experience in teaching Accounting and Finance related courses including Cost and Management Accounting both at University and Professional level. His qualifications are: PhD (candidate), MBA(Finance), CPA(U), FCCA, CIPS, CTA and BCOM (Accounting). Innocent has also published various books on most topics in Accounting and Finance for Business and Professional Studies.
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