Management Accounting 1 & 2
Run by Bangor Business School
20 Credits or 10 ECTS Credits
Semester 1 & 2
Organiser: Ms Wendy Ashurst
Overall aims and purpose
NOTE: If you are registered for BA/BSc Accounting and Finance, you must achieve a grade of at least 40% in this module in order to proceed to Year 3. To develop knowledge, understanding and computational skills in the application of a range of management accounting techniques and their role within an organisation.
Costings, budgets and pricing; Target costing, life-cycling costings, back-flush accounting and throughput accounting; Linear programming with multiple scarce resources; Budgetary systems; Advanced standard costing; Performance measurement; Working capital management; Application of advanced management accounting techniques in organisations.
thresholdTechniques are applied mechanically with few errors but with only limited additional insight beyond basic lecture content. There is limited evidence of reading beyond the main course text.
goodTechniques are applied methodically and some consideration is shown to the organisational context. There is evidence of more widespread reading but there may still be some lack of sophistication in the matching of techniques to problems.
excellentA high level of computational competence is backed by detailed analysis of problems and consideration of the appropriateness of the techniques used. There is evidence of widespread reading together with an innovative and insightful solution to the demands of the organisational environment.
- Select and apply appropriate techniques to solve multiple scarce resource problems.
- Understand and apply management accounting techniques used in planning, control and decision-making within organisations.
- Identify how management accounting can provide support for corporate strategic aims.
- Understand and apply a range of specialist cost and management accounting techniques, including target costing, life-cycle costing, back-flush accounting and throughput accounting.
- Describe the application of a variety of budgetary systems in various organisational.
- Calculate and explain basic and advanced variances in a standard costing system, including mix and yield and planning and operational variances.
- Discuss the measurement of organisational and divisional performance in the private and public sectors, including an explanation of the effect of transfer pricing methods upon organisational and divisional decision making.
- Discuss and apply working capital management techniques including inventories, accounts receivable and payable, and cash.
|Exam S1 2hrs||30|
|Exam S2 2hrs||45|
Teaching and Learning Strategy
|One 1-hour tutorial every 2 weeks.|
|One 2-hour lecture per week.|
Pre- and Co-requisite Modules
Courses including this module
Compulsory in courses:
- NN45: BA Accounting and Banking year 2 (BA/AB)
- NN36: BA Accounting and Banking with International Experience year 2 (BA/ABIE)
- N400: BA Accounting and Finance year 2 (BA/AF)
- N401: BA Accounting & Finance (with International Experience) year 2 (BA/AFIE)
- NR43: BA Accounting/Italian year 2 (BA/AIT)
- NR44: BA Accounting/Spanish year 2 (BA/ASP)
- LN14: BA Economics/Accounting year 2 (BA/ECA)
- LN15: BA Accounting & Economics (with International Experience) year 2 (BA/ECAIE)
- NR41: BA French/Accounting year 2 (BA/FRA)
- NR42: BA German/Accounting year 2 (BA/GA)
- N2N4: BA Management with Accounting year 2 (BA/MAF)
- NN44: BSc Accounting and Banking with International Experience year 2 (BSC/ABIE)
- NN43: BSc Accounting and Banking year 2 (BSC/ACCB)
- NL41: BSc Accounting and Economics year 2 (BSC/ACCEC)
- NN4H: BSc Accounting and Finance year 2 (BSC/ACCFIN)
- N402: BSc Accounting & Finance (with International Experience) year 2 (BSC/ACCFINIE)
- NL42: BSc Accounting and Economics with International Experience year 2 (BSC/AEIE)
- N2NK: BSc Management with Accounting year 2 (BSC/MWACC)
- M1N4: LLB Law with Acc and Finance year 2 (LLB/LAF)
Optional in courses:
- NQ26: BA Astudiaethau Busnes a Chymraeg year 2 (BA/ABCH)
- NG10: BA Business and Computer Information Systems year 2 (BA/BCIS)
- N322: BA Banking and Finance year 2 (BA/BIF)
- NR33: BA Banking/Italian year 2 (BA/BIT)
- NN13: BA Business Studies and Finance year 2 (BA/BSF)
- NN14: BA Business Stud & Finance (with International Experience) year 2 (BA/BSFIE)
- N1R1: BA Bus Stud with French year 2 (BA/BSFR)
- N1R2: BA Business Studies with German year 2 (BA/BSGER)
- N1R3: BA Business Studies with Italian year 2 (BA/BSIT)
- NN15: BA Business Studies and Marketing year 2 (BA/BSM)
- NR34: BA Banking/Spanish year 2 (BA/BSP)
- N1R4: BA Business Studies with Spanish year 2 (BA/BSSP)
- NM11: BA Business and Law year 2 (BA/BUSALAW)
- N1T1: BA Business Studies and Chinese year 2 (BA/BUSCH)
- NR1C: BA Business Studies/French year 2 (BA/BUSSF)
- NR1F: BA Business Studies and German year 2 (BA/BUSSG)
- NR1H: BA Business Studies and Italian year 2 (BA/BUSSI)
- NR1K: BA Business Studies and Spanish year 2 (BA/BUSSS)
- NR31: BA French/Banking year 2 (BA/FRB)
- NR32: BA German/Banking year 2 (BA/GB)
- N500: BA Marketing year 2 (BA/MK)
- N5R3: BA Marketing with Italian year 2 (BA/MKITAL)
- N5R1: BA Marketing with French year 2 (BA/MKTFR)
- N5R2: BA Marketing with German year 2 (BA/MKTGER)
- N5R4: BA Marketing with Spanish year 2 (BA/MKTSP#)
- L190: BSc Business Economics year 2 (BSC/BEC)
- N391: BSc Banking and Finance year 2 (BSC/BFIN)
- NN1H: BSc Business Studies and Finance year 2 (BSC/BSFIN)
- NNM1: BSc Business Studies & Marketing with Intl Experience year 2 (BSC/BSMIE)
- NN1M: BSc Business Studies and Marketing year 2 (BSC/BSMKT)
- L111: BSc Financial Economics year 2 (BSC/FINEC)
- N501: BSc Marketing year 2 (BSC/MKT)