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Managers and administrators must be able to understand, analyze, and use accounting information to make operational and strategic business decisions. In this course, we will study practical uses of accounting information to address the problems and decisions managers face in business. Emphasis is placed on the user of accounting information rather than the preparer. Upon completion of this course, a student should be able to use accounting information to make management decisions, understand how accounting rules inform those decisions, and consequently, how those decisions affect a company's financial reports.

Prerequisite(s): BSAD 8060 or BSAD 8070 (prior to or concurrent). Students with an undergraduate major or graduate degree in accounting may not include this course on their plan of study for the MBA degree. Not open to non-degree graduate students.

Business Administration, MBA

The mission of the MBA program at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is to prepare students to contribute significantly to organizational productivity through learning experiences, emphasizing the application of sound and innovative business techniques. By acquiring the knowledge and abilities necessary to be a problem solver who is influential, innovative, and socially responsible, the graduate of the UNO MBA program will be an effective leader in enhancing organizational capabilities. The graduate will be well prepared for a responsible management position and will have an understanding of the technological and global business environment.