The field of management accounting, also referred to as cost accounting, is centered on identifying, analyzing, interpreting, and communicating information to managers to facilitate the achievement of business objectives. Our Bachelor’s program in Management Accounting covers a range of fascinating topics, including future forecasting, margin analysis, cash flow forecasting, budgeting, financial analysis, and reporting. Throughout the program, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of management accounting. You will learn how to analyze financial data and use it to make informed decisions that support business growth and success.
What You’ll Learn From This Course
Financial analysis and reporting
Management accountants find employment opportunities in a variety of work settings and industries. Professionals in this field are in demand in public and private companies, nonprofit organizations, and government offices. Each company designates specific job titles and responsibilities based on its business model and needs.
Your study load is expressed in credits (EC) according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). For each subject it has been determined how many credits (EC) you will receive for this. If you follow the full Associate degree program, the following study load applies:
60 credits (EC) per year
2 years x 60 = 120 credits (EC) in total
1 credit (EC) stands for an average of 28 hours of study load.
After successful completion, you will receive a internationally accredited diploma.