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Micro-credential certification in Advanced Management Accounting FIN2424 (BAF) **
This course is an extention of Management Accounting and it discussess the evolution of management accounting with the recent advancement in management accounting theory and practice covering strategic aspects of management accounting in the context of the organisation and extrenal enviornment as well as performance evalution, management control, behaviour and ethical issues. The course emphasises on students' exposure to team-work and case disscussion.
Note: Subject relates to Bachelor of Accounting & Finance
** indicates that these programmes will be offered soon
This programme is designed, delivered, assessed and awarded by SEGi University through the SEGiUniDigital Platform.
Entry Requirements - No
Min. Age Requirement - 19 Years Old and Above
Language Proficiency - Yes
Numeracy Proficiency - No
Prerequisites - No
- Introduction To Advanced Management Accounting
- Introduction To Strategic Management Accounting
- Mathematical Applications In Management Accounting
- Strategic Cost Management
- Total Quality Management
- Activity Based Management
- Environmental Cost Management
- Risk And Uncertainty
- Performance Management Systems
- Capital Investment Decision
- Current Research In Advanced Management Accounting
Note : Programme structure and modules are subject to change from time to time.
Assignment 1 - 20%
Assignment 2 - 30%
Final Exam - 50%
- Bachelor of Accounting & Finance
Upon successful completion of this Bachelor of Accounting & Finance programme and meeting the necessary entry requirements, students will be able to progress into the following programme(s):
- Master of Financial Planning
- Master of Accountancy
- Master of Business Administration (Global Business)
- Master of Business Administration (General Management)
Students will be able to apply skills learnt in Advanced Management Accounting in a strategic context. Students will evaluate management accounting techniques for cost management, including activity based management, life-cycle costing and the theory of constraints; develop an appreciation of the forms, benefits and limitations of management accounting systems; and examines behavioural consequences of the implementation of management accounting systems as well as managerial decision making in organisations.