ManAcc 2A - Principles of Management Accounting (MAC2601)
We cover the full syllabus for MAC2601 with video lectures, explaining everything you need to know about MAC2601. Our videos explain the syllabus simply, so you’ll be able to apply it to any situation. Our classroom is set up in the same order as your study guide, making it easy to work through the whole syllabus. Our exam course videos walk you through two past exams, showing you how to read, plan and answer your questions. Your lecturer will be available to answer your queries, motivate you, and check up on you through your semester.
WHY STUDY MANACC 2A (MAC2601) THROUGH US?
ABOUT THE COURSE
MAC2601 is often referred to as Cost Accounting.
The job of the management accountant is to make business decisions, plan operations and control costs so that the company is run profitably. In our lectures, we explain the ‘what’ and the ‘why’ before showing you how it is done.
The better you understand the theory (principles), the easier you’ll be able to apply it to a wide range of scenarios. If you focus on really understanding the theory, you will have much less to memorise, and you might even start enjoying management accounting as much as we do.
The exam course videos will go through past questions and show you the process to follow to answer the questions, and the exam technique you need.
Your lecturer will be available on the discussion forum to help you with your queries, motivate you, and keep an eye on you when you fall behind!
ABOUT YOUR FACULTY
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- Introduction to Management Accounting
- Cost Objects, Classification and Behaviour
- Estimation Techniques and the Linear Equation
- Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
- Accounting for Material, Labour and Overheads
- Methods of Inventory Valuation
- The Variable/Direct Costing Method Vs Traditional Absorption Costing Method
- The Activity-Based Costing (ABC) System
- The Job Costing System
- The Process Costing System
- Joint and By-product Costing System
- Budgeting Techniques
- Standard Costing
- Relevant Costing
- Sensitivity Analysis