Introduction to Management Accounting
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Intermediate Management Accounting is part two of a programme designed for anyone who is just starting out on their business, finance or accountancy journey and wants to expand their accounting and finance skills.
Building on what you learned in Introduction to Management Accounting, this free online course from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants will:
If you have some basic knowledge of accountancy, business and finance, then this is the course for you. If you do not, then start with the Introduction course.
In this course we will guide you on the next step of your finance journey by exploring:
There are no entry requirements but basic knowledge of accountancy and business is strongly recommended.
If you do not have this knowledge, you can start with the Introduction course
You won't get a certificate for completing this course but if you want an award simply register with ACCA as a student and take the related exams.
Related ACCA computer-based exams:
You need to pass the FA2 and MA2 exams and complete an online and interactive module on the 'Foundations in Professionalism' to be awarded the ACCA Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting.
Bruce is a management accounting and financial planning specialist based in Australia. He is a qualified chartered accountant (SA), and completed his undergraduate qualifications at the University of Natal; his MBA at the University of Cape Town and his Doctorate at Potchefstroom University. Bruce qualified by working first as an articled clerk and then as an audit manager with Ernst & Young and Deloitte. He then moved into teaching and has had visiting scholar positions in the UK, US, South Africa and China. He was associate professor in the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance at Deakin University, Australia, teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and supervising research at Masters and PhD levels. Bruce has published in the prestigious academic journals, Accounting, Organizations and Society and Critical Perspectives on Accounting among others, and has a forthcoming publication (with Professor Chris van Staden), in the Australian Accounting Review titled The impact of social influence pressure on the ethical decision-making of professional accountants: Australian and New Zealand evidence.