ACCT 1030 - Managerial Accounting
Academic Division: Business, Industry and Technology
Academic Discipline: Accounting
Course Coordinator: Jennifer Adkins
Assistant Dean: Vincent Palombo PhD
This course provides information for assisting the management of a business entity in making decisions and for evaluating the effectiveness of those decisions by developing a student’s understanding of managerial accounting principles. (TAG# OBU011) UG OBU011
4 Lecture Hour(s);
Required Prerequisite Course(s): Take ACCT 1010
Student Learning Outcomes for Course
- Discuss the three broad functions of management.
- Apply the three classes of manufacturing costs and differeniate between product and period costs.
- Calculate cost of goods manufactured.
- Explain the characteristics and purposes of cost accounting; demonstrate the flow of costs in job order and process cost accounting systems.
- Differentiate between traditional costing and activity-based costing (ABC).
- Demonstrate an understanding of cost behavior and differentiate between variable and fixed costs.
- List the five components of cost-volume-profit analysis and demonstrate the use of this technique.
- Discuss the components of and the benefits of budgeting.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the concepts of budgetary control and the features of responsibility accounting.
- Determine the advantages of using standard costs and of the use of variances.
- Discuss the steps in management’s decision-making process and the concept of incremental analysis.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the capital budgeting evaluation process and explain what inputs are used in capital budgeting.
- Calculate cash payback, the net present value, and annual rate of return methods of evaluating investments.
- Apply basic financial statement analysis tools, including financial ratios, to analyze a company.
- Managerial Accounting Basics and Costs Concepts – Weeks 1-4
- Job Order Costing – Weeks 5-9
- Process Costing – Weeks 5-9
- Activity-Based Costing – Weeks 5-9
- Cost-Volume-Profit – Weeks 5-9
- Incremental Analysis – Weeks 5-9
- Budgetary Planning – Weeks 10- 14
- Budgetary Control and Responsibility Accounting – Weeks 10-14
- Standard Costs – Weeks 10-14
- Planning for Capital Investments – Weeks 10-14
- Financial Statement Analysis – Weeks 15-16
- Practice of course topics in class
- Homework preparation for class
Standard Grading Scale
90 - 92 A-
87- 89 B+
83 - 86 B
80 -82 B-
77- 79 C+
73 - 76 C
70 -72 C-
67- 69 D+
63 - 66 D
60 -62 D-
00- 59 F
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Horngren’s Financial and Managerial Accounting, The Managerial Chapters with MyLabAccounting,
Authors: Miller-Nobels, Mattison
Copyright Year: 2021
Workbook(s) and/or Lab Manual: None
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