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URL http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/b292
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Resource <div><p>Seven printed texts and a website with resources to support your learning.</p></div>
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abstract Develop your understanding of the fundamental principles, practices, techniques and limitations of management accounting and apply your knowledge to a range of issues and problems.
ID B292
  • B292
  • http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/b292
title Management accounting
description <div><p>If you require a substantial grounding in the fundamentals of management accounting in different organisations and environments, this is the module for you. You will gain an applied knowledge and understanding of the purpose, principles and scope of management accounting. The module is designed for anyone interested in the role of management accounting in financial management, but is particularly suitable if you wish to qualify as a professional accountant.</p></div>
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