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ACC 321 - Cost Strategy and Decision Making

The course examines the use of cost management techniques and tools to enable better managerial decision making. The course topics include: cost concepts and cost behavior, product and activity-based costing, absorption and variable costing, cost of capacity utilization, transfer pricing, relevant costs for decision-making and strategic analysis of income. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: ACC 213 and admission to Seidman College of Business, or by permit.

Credits: 3

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