Analytical Accounting 2017/2018
- 5 ECTS
- Taught in Portuguese
- Both continuous and final Assessment
- relevant skillset
At the end of the course the student should be able to:
1. Explain and understand the different cost accounting systems;
2. Recognize the importance of the use of cost accounting in organizations management;
3. Build, evaluate and use cost accounting systems, with special emphasis on costs, revenues and business results;
4. Recognize the potential and limitations of different models of cost accounting.
Expositive Active method with Guided discussion and Debate.
Exemplary exercises and case studies.
Body of Work
1. Cost Accounting
2. Cost Accounting Relations
3. Elements of Cost and Cost Components
4. Classification of Costs and Cost Allocation
5. Joint Product and By-Product Costing
6. Cost Center Accounting
7. Cost Accounting Systems
Caiado, António Campos Pires (2012), Contabilidade Analítica e de Gestão. Áreas Editora, 8ª Edição.
Drury, Colin (2000), Management and cost accounting, 5ª edição, Thomson Learning, London.
Nabais, C. e Nabais, F. (2016), Práticas de Contabilidade Analítica e de Gestão. Lidel, 1ª Edição.
Cost Accounting Relations
Week 3 and 4
Elements of Cost and Cost Components
Week 5, 6 and 7
Classification of Costs and Cost Allocation
week 8, 9 and 10
Test, Joint Product and By-Product Costing
Week 11, 12 and 13
Cost Center Accounting
Week 14 and 15
Cost Accounting Systems
Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the curricular unit's objectives
The contents are developed from introductory concepts to the more specific issues of Cost Accounting and according to an incremental process complexity. Thus, it seeks to achieve the learning objectives: understand the different cost accounting systems, recognizing the importance of the use of cost accounting in the management of organizations, build, evaluate and use of cost accounting systems, recognizing the potential and limitations of different models of cost accounting.
Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's objectives
The teaching methodology is concerned with the theoretical and practical exposure of the proposed topics, allowing students the understanding of the syllabus. Practical exercises throughout the semester will allow progressive acquisition of knowledge.
|relevant generic skill||improved?||assessed?|
|Achieving practical application of theoretical knowledge||Yes||Yes|
|Adapting to new situations||Yes|
|Analytical and synthetic skills||Yes||Yes|
|Balanced decision making||Yes||Yes|
|Commitment to effectiveness||Yes|
|Commitment to quality||Yes|
|Ethical and responsible behaviour|
|Event organization, planning and management||Yes|
|Foreign language proficiency|
|Information and learning management||Yes||Yes|
|Initiative and entrepreneurship capability||Yes|
|IT and technology proficiency||Yes|
|Problem Analysis and Assessment||Yes||Yes|
|Relating to others|
|Written and verbal communications skills||Yes||Yes|