Course description for study year 2021-2022. Please note that changes may occur.
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Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Safety, Economics and Planning
Technology management is intended to give bachelor students at the Faculty of Science and Technology a comprehensive introduction to theories and methods of management accounting, including topics of entrepreneurship. An introduction is offered to the economic role of the firm in the community, but the main part of the course is directed at the firm as the financial and administrative unit. The ambition for the course is to train the student in business analysis. After completed the course the student will have developed a solid toolbox of concepts for management accounting, investment theories, financial accounting, budget and control - closely integrated with fundamental topics of entrepreneurship. The student should also be able to apply these theories and methods to solve and analyze relevant problems.
The role and organization of the firm
Models of cost and revenue
Adaptation of price and production
Calculation in manufacturing and service industries
Product menu and pricing
Cost, result and volume analysis
Investment in theory and practice
Planning and budgeting
Tips and advice to the entrepreneur
Required prerequisite knowledge
Form of assessment
A - F
Kristin Helen Roll
Roy Endre Holsvik Dahl
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Method of work
4 hours of lectures a week.Plan for the lectures published on the Internet (Canvas).