BOKO6010 - Management accounting in a digital context


This course is no longer taught and is only available for examination.

Course content

Financial management under changed framework conditions, cost and revenue analysis as a catalyst for improvements. The course has a decision-making focus, and will train the ability to critically apply the methods of financial management, including how financial management can contribute to developing a competitive advantage in a digital economy. In this context, it will be questioned how management affects the individual, organization and society

Learning outcome


  • Know key concepts in financial management.
  • Understand how changes in a broad sense affect financial management.


  • Be able to use various tools (see subject content) to help increase the company's value creation.
  • Be able to reflect on and evaluate analyzes performed by others.
  • Be able to create systems for better management and decisions.

General competence

  • Be able to communicate economic analyzes and critically assess the assumptions on which they are based.

Learning methods and activities

There are two gatherings over two days. These will consist of presentation of subject matter from both subject teachers and participants, discussions and group work. Between the gatherings, a voluntary task program has been prepared.

Attendance is mandatory in the two gatherings. Supervision of the project assignment will take place via digital (Zoom, teams or similar) or in writing. In the last meeting, the groups will present the project assignment. The submission deadline will be two weeks after the last collection. There must be a minimum number of participants for the course to be initiated. If there are too few applicants, the course may change form of teaching to led self-study, be postponed or be canceled.

Further on evaluation

Project assignment that runs throughout the semester. To be solved in groups of 2-3 people.

Assessed Pass / Fail.

Specific conditions

Admission to a programme of study is required.

Course materials

Articles and book chapters. Detailed reading plan prepared before the start of the semester.

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Version: 1
Credits:  7.5 SP
Study level: Further education, higher degree level



Language of instruction: Norwegian

Location: Trondheim

Subject area(s)
  • Economics
Contact information

Department with academic responsibility
NTNU Business School


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