The MBS (Management Information and Managerial Accounting Systems), University College Cork is a full-time degree programme running for 15 months from the date of first registration. It includes Six Months Industrial Internship. Students attend lectures, seminars and tutorials in a variety of subjects relevant to both Management Accounting and Management Information Systems.The IS courses give students an appreciation of how technology can be used to support the operations and transactions of modern organisations. The Management Accounting courses provide students with a thorough understanding of management accounting concepts and techniques.This is a challenging postgraduate degree programme. The employment record of the degree is excellent, with graduates from this course currently employed in a variety of positions, for example: Management Consultant, Project Manager, Business Analyst, Business Intelligence Analyst, Management Accountant, Financial Accountant.
Introduction to Accounting Information
Introduction to Cost Management
Cost Management Practices
Performance Management & Control
Design of Budgetary Control Systems
Analysis of Accounting Information
Database Analysis and Design
Databases for Management Information Systems
Introduction to Business Programming
Programming for Business
Understanding business processes
Technologies and Systems Enabling Enterprise Reporting Solutions
Business Research and Communication Skills
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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