Class room contacts, webinars, independent learning assignments and business simulation game as a group work.
Jormakka, R., Koivusalo, K. Lappalainen, J. & Niskanen, M. 2015. Laskentatoimi. EditaPrima. Luvut 7–9 ja 11.
Skousen, J. & Walther, L. M. 2010. Introduction to Managerial Accounting: Managerial and Cost Accounting. London: Larry M. Walther, under nonexclusive license to Christopher J. Skousen and Bookboon.
Skousen, J. & Walther, L. M. 2010. Basics of Accounting & Information Processing: The Accounting Cycle. London: Larry M. Walther, under nonexclusive license to Christopher J. Skousen and Bookboon.
More exact information on the work placements linked to the course shall be provided by the teacher during the first contact lessons of the course.
1st Resit 27.4.2021
2nd Resit 28.4.2021
22.03.2021 - 21.05.2021
Lectures and exercises 20 h, independent study and independent learning assignments 35 h, business game simulation 80 h
10.02.2021 - 28.02.2021
The assessment in the course is based on the competence demonstrated in the exam (30 %, 2,0 ECTS credits), in independent learning assignments (30 %, 1,0 ECTS credits) and in business simulation game done as a group work (40 %, 2,0 ECTS credits). The exam of the course has to be passed before business game simulation.
A corresponding course completed in another university may be accredited partially or completely. Competence acquired through informal learning may be recognized and accredited on the basis of competence test. More precise instructions can be found in Degree Regulations and in Study Guide.
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