Financial management 300

Modulekode FBS 300
Kwalifikasie Undergraduate
Fakulteit Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences

*Only available to BCom (Accounting Sciences) students
The purpose and functioning of management accounting, cost classification. The determination of product costs including raw material costs, labour costs, overheads and its allocation according to traditional and activity-based costing methods, the accumulation of costs according to job and process costing systems, the treatment of joint and by-products and the determination of costs according to a direct and absorption costing approach. Decisionmaking with reference to cost-volume-profit ratios, relevant costs, risk and uncertainty, decision trees, linear programming and capital investment budgets, principles of project management. Planning and control through the application of quantitative techniques, budgets and standard costing. Performance measurement by means of the principles of responsibility accounting and the determination of transfer prices.
Financial management by taking cognisance of the purpose of financial management, working capital management, financing decisions, cost of capital, dividend policy, capital structure decisions, share valuation. The student should be capable of applying the underlying theory to advance case studies.

Modulekrediete 40.00
NQF Level 07
Prerequisites FBS 200 and only available to BCom (Accounting Sciences) students
Contact time 4 lectures per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Financial Management
Period of presentation Year

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