Module Identifier MBM1610  
Academic Year 2000/2001  
Co-ordinator Mr Richard Jackson  
Semester Semester 2  
Other staff Professor Kevin Holland  
Course delivery Lecture   2 per week and seminars  
Assessment Exam   2 Hours   80%  
  Course work     20%  

Brief description
Management Accounting in the Lent Term looks at the internal financial reports, controls and analysis that are used by managers within the company such as cash flow forecasts, breakeven analysis, budgeting and pricing, to support their decision making process.

Finance in the latter part of the Lent Term and the first part of the Summer Term will consider the Financing and Investment decisions made by firms. This will involve consideration of the objectives of the investment decision rules, and then a consideration of how firms determine the costs of their financing activities.

Reading Lists
Drury, Colin. (2000) Management and Cost Accounting. 5th. Business Press Thomson : Learning
Horngren. Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis. Prentice-Hall
Sizer. Insight into Management Accounting. Penguin
Lumby, S. Investment Appraisal and Financing Decisions. Chapman & Hall
Levy, H and Sarnat, M. Capital Investment and Financial Decisions. Prentice-Hall
Samuels, J, Wilkes, F and Brayshaw, R. Management and Company Finance. Chapman & Hall