Sue Evans is a Lecturer in the School of Management and the undergraduate Programme Director for Accounting and Finance.  With an academic and professional background in management accounting, Sue also has over 30 years of teaching experience in accounting and associated subjects.  In addition Sue owns and manages a private training company specialising in professional accounting courses.    Her professional experience also includes providing consultancy advice for small businesses and accounting services for a small portfolio of clients.  Sue is a graduate of the University of South Wales and has a post graduate teaching qualification from Cardiff University.  Sue is also an External Examiner for the Association of Accounting Technicians and is a qualified mentor for the ACCA affiliated Oxford Brookes University BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting.  Her current pedagogic research interests include the incidence of scotopic sensitivity syndrome in students studying at higher education.  


  • MN-1021 Accounting for Economics

    To introduce students to the fundamentals of financial and management accounting. Accounting is of critical importance in support of all business activities so this course is designed to introduce the basic concepts on which accounting is based, providing students with a toolkit that enables a better understanding of the performance of businesses and the decisions and problems they face.

  • MN-2557 Management Accounting 1B

    This module focuses on students┬┐ learning how to select and apply decision-making techniques in a range of scenarios. Students will also further develop variance analysis and interpretation.