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Accounting and Finance for Managers

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About This Course

Cost accounting concepts. Cost behavior. Management decision making using cost data. Time value of money. Cost of capital. Capital budgeting techniques. Financial statement analysis. Assignments draw on business/industry examples.

Sample textbook: Managerial Accounting, 16th ed., Garrison, Ray H., Eric W. Noreen, and Peter C. Brewer.


Stacy O'Fallon
Stacy O'Fallon

MBA, Augsburg College; BS in Accounting, Golden Gate University

Stacy O’Fallon is a Certified Managerial Accountant, specializing in start-up and growth-oriented organizations. She has over 20 years of experience in service-based industries, focusing on the areas of accounting, finance, and technology. She has held senior accounting and finance positions with Oceanaire Seafood Room, HMS Host, Nath Companies/Bonfire Restaurants, and Kaskaid Hospitality. She started her own hospitality accounting consulting service in 2014, Front Burner. In 2012 she was selected as one of the Top Women in Finance by Minnesota Finance & Commerce. Stacy is an adjunct instructor in business and accounting for St. Paul College and the University of Phoenix.

  • ABUS 3051 − Career Skills in the Professional Environment for Juniors and Seniors
  • ABUS 4101 − Accounting and Finance for Managers