Courses and Descriptions

ACCT-2242Tourism Management Accounting

Management accounting is about making good decisions that will translate into results that an organization wants to see. This accounting course presents conceptual understanding and practical use of management accounting techniques in the tourism industry. Topics covered include analysis of financial statements, pricing, budgeting, cash budget, investment decisions, accountability for non-profits and ethics. Instructional methods include lecture, problem-solving, case studies, and projects.


ACCT-1051 requires a minimum grade of D.
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