|1.||Critically assess different types of decisions relevant to maximising business performance;|
|2.||Devise the use of accounting information in the planning and control of business operations;|
|3.||Construct General Purpose Financial Reports to inform users of business performance and position;|
|4.||Verify and synthesise information required for short and long term decision making relevant to management accounting;|
|5.||Articulate and devise problem-solving techniques in making informed management decisions; and|
|6.||Validate and communicate the outcomes of the decision making process.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Test||Multiple Choice Tests - 3 progressive assessments (10%, 10%, 30%)||50%|
|Journal||Reflective Journal - reflect on content & experience||20%|
|Test||i) Weekly Online Multiple Choice Tests - 10% and ii) Mid-semester Multiple Choice Test - 10%||20%|
|Presentation||Oral Presentation - Problem Solving||5%|
|Examination||Final Exam (3 Hours)||60%|
Accounting: Business Reporting For Decision Making, 6th Edition,
Birt, J., Chalmers, K., Maloney, S., Brooks, A., and Oliver, J., (2017)
Wiley Direct Australia Ltd.
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