Plan success, design processes, achieve results.
Globalization, international competitive pressure, and the increasing interconnectedness of modern businesses present a growing challenge to the efficiency of management control systems. The critical success factor in modern management control is integration: the integration of markets, processes, and values. The role of the management accountant today is to act as a corporate consultant supporting the management of a business or exercising specific management responsibilities. He or she combines expert knowledge and methodological competence with social skills.
The aim of this innovative program is to develop a holistic concept of the management accounting and control system. A particular focus is placed on improving your company’s performance and financial position.
Upon completion of the program, you will have
The part-time program is designed for entrepreneurs, managers, and future decision makers looking to increase the professionalism of their control approach or to expand their expertise in modern management accounting and control.
This course is particularly appropriate for entrepreneurs and employees in small and medium-sized businesses who intend to install a management control system in their company or purposefully expand and systemize an existing control system.
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The numerous graduates of the Certificate in Management Accounting & Control program attest to the success of this course. Please see below for more information:
The Certificate in Management Accounting & Control program is a part-time course of study based on a didactic concept tailored to the needs of professional decision makers.
The content of the course is divided into ten modules introducing a holistic approach to modern management control. The aim is to improve the performance and financial position of the participants’ enterprises. The course also places a special focus on professional and methodological competencies.
The program includes 16 on-campus sessions held on Fridays and Saturdays. Please also plan extra time for five projects, to be completed as part of selected modules and your final paper.
More information on costs & teaching principles can be found here.
The faculty includes researchers and experienced practitioners with proven expertise in their respective areas of specialization. Participants in the course will benefit from the combination of recent scientific findings and extensive practical experience provided by our team.
Scientific management & advisory board
Bernd KirschnerBernd Kirschner is a university of applied sciences professor with a business administration degree. He is the head of department and studies for Business & Management and International Business & Management at MCI, Innsbruck.
Dr. Franz PeggerFranz Pegger is a university and university of applied sciences professor. He is a lawyer at and partner of the Greiter Pegger Kofler law firm in Innsbruck.
Thomas PichlerThomas Pichler is a lecturer in the Business & Management Bachelor Degree program at MCI and an auditor as well as tax consultant at Stauder Schuchter Kempf in Innsbruck.
Dr. Karl PinczolitsKarl Pinczolits is a university of applied sciences professor and the CEO of the Institut für Vertrieb (institute of marketing) in Eisenstadt.
Jens SchäferJens Schäfer is a business administration expert and the CEO of Efficient Energy in Feldkirchen, Germany.
Karl SillyKarl Silly is the head of corporate clients of the BTV Bank für Tirol und Vorarlberg (bank for Tyrol and Vorarlberg) in Innsbruck.
The MCI certificate programs have been designed to meet the highest international quality standards. They are continuously assessed by internal and external bodies.
The Certificate in Management Accounting & Control can be counted towards the Executive MBA in General Management and the MSc in Management & Leadership programs. Both have been awarded the FIBAA Premium Seal.
All business-related MCI study programs have been accredited by the renowned Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).