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Management, Corporate Governance and Ethics (MGE)

About This Course

This course unit is divided into two sections, Management (70%) and Corporate Governance and Ethics (30%). The test paper, with the following composition, will be of three hours duration. Part I (20 marks): Consists of around ten multiple choice/ structured questions that require short answers. Questions will be distributed proportionately between Management and Corporate Governance and Ethics. Part II (80 marks): Consists of two sections, Section A: Management (4 questions) and Section B: Corporate Governance and Ethics (2 questions). Candidates are required to answer four questions in all, selecting three questions from Section A and one question from Section B. Management Introduction Irrespective of their functional specialization in organizations, managers are responsible for transforming the limited resources available to them to products and services with a view to achieving organizational objectives. This involves managing the resources effectively and efficiently, which falls within the duties and responsibilities of the management accountant. This foundation level course is designed to provide aspiring management accountants with a general framework for studying the management process. It is replete with the basic concepts and theoretical foundations of management required for interpreting diverse management scenarios.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  • Define the basic concepts and theoretical foundations of management
  • Explain the role of managers in performing the basic functions of management
  • Analyze practical issues faced by managers and propose solutions
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply management knowledge and skills acquired
  • Your Instructors

    Srinath Dissanayake