Cost Accounting

Course Code
ACC 315
Hours
3 hours
Type
Elective
Offered
  • Fall 18
  • Fall 19
  • Winter 18
  • Winter 19

Cost Accounting --- An intermediate course about the managerial use of accounting data to plan and control personnel and operations in the firm. The focus is on planning, decision-making, and control by organizations, and on the accounting systems that managers have to assist them in their decisions about resource allocation and performance evaluation. In addition to students in accounting, the course is designed for those who plan careers in management at all levels and in all functions and who will need to motivate other employees and evaluate both managers and business units in the organization.

Taught By
Venky Nagar
  • KPMG Professor of Accounting
  • Teitelbaum Research Scholar
Nagar grew up in India and studied Computer Science at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. He came to the US to study engineering at...
Charles Klemstine
  • Lecturer of Accounting
Dr. Klemstine teaches Auditing & Assurance at the graduate level and Financial Accounting at the graduate and undergraduate levels. His...