DCU Business School Accounting & Finance Student awarded CIMA Prize
Congratulations to Laura Heneghan, currently in third year of the Accounting and Finance degree at DCU Business School, who received the prize for the highest overall marks in the two Management Accounting modules in the second year of the programme, Management Accounting: Cost Systems (AC223) and Management Accounting: Planning and Control (AC224). The prize was presented by Claire Lambert, Associate Manager of Student Recruitment at CIMA Ireland.
Through these particular modules students develop an understanding of the role and importance of management and cost accounting within an organisation, enhancing their ability to record, prepare, analyse, interpret, critically evaluate and use cost data for planning and control. Students also develop an awareness of actual management accounting practice and an interest in emerging issues in management accounting.
Also pictured is Dr Ruth Mattimoe, Management Accounting lecturer and CIMA Advocate at DCU Business School.
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