Accounting (ACC)


ACC 517  Accounting for Decision Making  3 Credits (3,0)

A study of management's use of accounting information to make decisions related to planning, controlling, and evaluating the organization's operations. Using electronic spreadsheets, the budgeting function and use of performance reports is demonstrated. The behavior and management of costs, as well as techniques used to evaluate and control results of operations, are discussed. Topics include cost-volume-profit analysis, activity-based costing in production and service companies, decentralized operations, and differential analysis techniques. Through the use of case studies, current readings, and course projects, emphasis is placed on aviation and aviation-related industries.