Managerial Accounting

Course Code
ACC 301
3 hours
  • Winter 18
  • Winter 19
  • Winter 20

Managerial Accounting --- Managerial Accounting focuses on how accounting is used from the internal, manager perspective. Students will learn how accounting information is used by management in decision-making situations, such as how to determine the cost and profit of a particular product/service, how management determines which service/product lines to discontinue, and when it is in the best interest of a company to outsource their work. Emphasis will be placed on concepts and principles and the ability to apply those concepts and principles to internal, management decisions.

Taught By
Emily Drogt
  • Lecturer of Accounting
  • Clyne Crawford Teaching Fellow
Jeff Williams
  • Lecturer of Accounting
Dennis Oswald
  • Lecturer of Accounting
Dennis Oswald is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting at the Ross School of Business (University of Michigan), where he has been based since...
Itay Kama
  • Clinical Assistant Professor
Itay Kama is a Clinical Assistant Professor of accounting at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. His main research topics are...
Charles Klemstine
  • Lecturer of Accounting
Dr. Klemstine teaches Auditing & Assurance at the graduate level and Financial Accounting at the graduate and undergraduate levels. His...