MOT 8112: Accounting and Financial Management for Technology-Based Organizations

2 Credits

Exploration of management accounting as an information framework to organize, evaluate, and report proprietary data in order to evaluate a firm's sustainable advantage in competitive tech markets. Adopts a case-driven approach to discuss how this data can be used for strategic decision-making for the firm. Emphasis on data analysis and financial statistics. Topics such as R&D investment, software costs, and manufacturing overhead are covered. Financial data analysis of numerous technology-intensive and engineering companies, including in software, computing, automotive, retail, and services sectors. prereq: Grad MOT major

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