AMIS 825: Advanced Accounting Analysis for the Controllership Function
Spring 2005 - TR 10:30-12:18 Room GE 315 Call No.: 19897-2 5 credits
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY -- Professor Richard A. Young
AMIS 825 is an accounting elective for Masters of Accounting students.
In the course, we will develop a framework for understanding incentives
and use it to interpret various aspects of management control systems. We will also apply this framework to understand recently developed practices
in management accounting. This course should be of special interest to
students who anticipate that they will be working in industry in the areas
of controllership, finance or, for that matter, any management position.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor (principles of managerial
accounting highly recommended)
- Management performance evaluation
- Combining multiple performance measures
Controllability and responsibility accounting
- Strategic budgeting
- Reputation and public disclosure
- The role of trust and reciprocity in management
Majors interested in this course:
Syllabus for AMIS 825 - Spring 2005 - "Advanced Accounting Analysis for the Controllership Function"
Below is another undergraduate/graduate accounting
elective I teach, "Topics in Managerial Accounting."
AMIS 635 - Spring 2002 Topics in Managerial Accounting