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MAC3701 notes T2 2017

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This Study Note contains the following comprehensive units:

CONTENT

STUDY UNIT – 1 PLANNING AND CONTROLLING INVENTORY
STUDY UNIT – 2 FURTHER ISSUES IN OVERHEAD ALLOCATIONS
STUDY UNIT – 3 COST ESTIMATION AND COST BEHAVIOUR
STUDY UNIT – 4 PROCESS COSTING
STUDY UNIT – 5 JOINT AND BY-PRODUCT COSTING
STUDY UNIT – 6 THE OPERATING BUDGET
STUDY UNIT – 7 STANDARD COSTING AND VARIANCE ANALYSIS
STUDY UNIT – 8 STANDARDS COSTING: FURTHER ASPECTS
STUDY UNIT – 9 DIVISIONAL FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES
STUDY UNIT 10 ADVANCED DECISION-MAKING SCENARIOS
STUDY UNIT 11 BASIC LINEAR PROGRAMMING
STUDY UNIT 12 INTRODUCTIONS TO TRANSFER PRICING
STUDY UNIT 14 ADVANCED SENSITIVITY ANALYSES

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Description

Application of Management Accounting Techniques – MAC3701

Under Graduate Degree, Diploma, Advanced Diploma Semester module NQF level: 7 Credits: 12
Module presented in English, Afrikaans Module presented online
Pre-requisite: MAC2601
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in decision-making and control enabling them with the ability to evaluate, select and apply various management accounting techniques – displaying integrated knowledge. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Management Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods, and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. Students learn how information is evaluated and used to control and improve business performance. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Advanced behavioural aspects of cost; advanced concepts in costing systems; integrated planning and budgeting; standard costing; performance management in decentralised organisations; relevant devision making in various scenarios; price setting for internal and external purposes; advanced aspects of sensitivity analysis

Source UNISA

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