BUS 643 Seminar in Accounting Control

Spring, Fall

An advanced study of conceptual and practical aspects of accounting as a control system. Topics will include measurement of
organizational performance, resource allocation, activity-based costing, break-even analysis, process costing, cost variances, transfer
pricing, and choosing among alternative projects. Students will analyze case studies, work problems similar to real-world situations, read
journal articles on current cost issues, and prepare written reports and presentations.

Prerequisites: Completion of Core courses