Michael G. Booth

Finance/Accounting

Fall 17

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Managerial Accounting 1B

(Homework/Assessment)

 

Homework:


Accounting 1B is intense and will require more work than most classes. Most learning occurs OUTSIDE the classroom, which means you can only master the subject through hard work—doing assignments, reading the text, working the problems and exercises, and preparing the discussion topics for group discussion. Students who apply themselves succeed in this class: student’s can succeed if you follow effective time management and make the course a priority for your expansion of knowledge.
All chapters, will be discussed. Selected exercises and/or problems will be assigned and must be completed using McGraw Hill Connect™. Submit your solutions via the McGraw-Hill Connect™(URL is through Cabrillo Canvas. )
Managerial Accounting (Garrison,Noreen, Brewer,13th edition):


Discussion Topics:


Note: on the Tentative schedule there are several “ Group Discussion Topics” assigned from the Managerial Accounting textbook. It is critical you have reviewed the material prior to the class meeting, and are prepared to add constructed dialog to the group discussions. In addition, have any necessary ratios, or analysis completed prior to class. Your analysis will be collected at the end of each class that a discussion is assigned. Be prepare to present the results of the group discussion as an individual representing the summary of the group conclusions. This is a critical part of the course, and you will need to have your completed assignment ready to turn-in on the day of the discussion/presentation.

Assessments:

Four (4) Assessments will be given, including the Final, plus one chapter quiz . Assessments will consist mostly of multiple-choice questions but may include matching, terminology, problem solving, computations, budgets, cost analysis, written analysis, ratios etc. See the Tentative schedule for assessment dates. Assessments will be separated into chapters. Assessments are linked to Student Learning Outcomes listed on course home page. No make-ups will be given for late exams. (Note: Exams will be given using SCANTRON form 882-E. If there is an exception it will be announced during class and updated on this website.)

 

SCHEDULE:

Please note: This is a summary of the tentative schedule and is subject to change during the semester. Changes will be announced, posted on Cabrillo Canvas course site when the change is announced.

Assignment due dates will be provided on Cabrillo Canvas, and updated on the course website.



Please note – This is a summary of the tentative schedule. In the Managerial Accounting text E=Exercise and P=Problem; these are located at the end of each chapter. In addition, there may be research and/or discussions topics, and change in the weeks chapters are covered in class, changes will updated on the this Website, Blackboard, and announced in class. Note: there may be possible changes to case studies assigned.

 

Week

Date

Chap

Topic

Assignment

1

 

1

Introduction to Managerial Accounting

(Ethics)

Case Study: Business Ethics

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Managerial Accounting/Cost Terms and Concepts

 

2

 

2

Cost Terms and Concepts

Due: Case StudyBusiness Ethics

E2-1, E2-2, E2-3, E2-4, E2-5, E2-6, E2-7, E2-8, E2-9, E2-10, E2-12

 

 

2

Cost Terms and Concepts

P2-16, P2-18,P2-19

Case Study; Maria Chavez Catering, analysis of mixed costs

 

3

 

2/3

Cost Terms and Concepts

Systems Design - Job Costing

Due: Case Study; Maria Chavez Catering, analysis of mixed costs

 

E3-1,E-3-2, E3-3, E3-4, E3-5, E3-6, E3-8, E3-11, E3-14, E3-17 P3-25, P3-27, P3-28

 

 

 

3

Systems Design - Job Costing (cont)

Case Study: Harvard Business Case (Youngstown)

 

4  
3
Systems Design - Job Costing (cont)  
 

 

3/4

Systems Design - Job/ Process Costing

E4-2, E4-3, E4-4, E4-6, E4-9, E4-11,Pr4-17, Pr4-18

Due: Case Study; Harvard Business Study

5

 

4

Systems Design - Process Costing (cont)

Case Study; (Lenko Products)

   
4
Systems Design - Process Costing (cont)  
6     Assessment Chapters 2,3 & 4  

 

 

4B

Appendix 4B Service Dept Allocations

Pr4B-6, Pr4B-7

Due: Case Study; (Lenko Products)

7  
4B/5

Appendix 4B Service Dept Allocations

Cost/Volume/Profit

E5-1, E5-2, E5-4, E5-5, E5-6, E5-7, E5-8, E5-12, E5-14, E5-15, E5-18
 

 

5

Cost/Volume/ Profit

 

8

 

5

Cost/Volume/Profit (cont)

Pr5-26, Pr5-28;

Case study PowerTime & Haltom

 

 

5/7

Activity Based Costing

Case Study; Java Coffee Roasters

9

 

7

Activity Based Costing (cont)

E7-1, E7-2, E7-3, E7-4, E7-5, E7-7, E7-8;

Pr7-17, Pr7-18,

Due: Case study; PowerTime & Haltom Due

 

   
8
Profit Planning

E8-1, E8-2, E8-3, E8-4, E8-5, E8-6, E8-7, E8-8, E8-9, E8-10

Due; Case Study; Java Coffee Roasters

Case Study: Cabrillo Music

10

 

8

Profit Planning (cont)

Pr8-17, Pr 8-22, Pr8-29

 

      Assessment 4b,5,7 & 8  

11

 

 

9

Flexible Budgets and performance analysis

E9-1, E9-2, E9-3, E9-4, E9- 8, E9-9, E9-11, E9-12, E9-13, E9-14

Due: Case Study; Cabrillo Music

 

9

Flexible Budgets (cont.)

Pr9-20,

Case Study; Munchkin Theater

12

 

10

Standard Costs and Operating Performance Measures

E10-1, E10-2, E10-3, E10-4, E10-6, E10-7, E10-8

Due: Case Study; Munchkin Theater

 

10

Standard Costs (cont)

Pr10-9, Pr10-15

13

 

12

Relevant Costs for Decision Making

E12-1, E12-2, E12-3, E12-4, E12-5, E12-12

 

 

12

Relevant Costs (cont)

 Pr12-19, Pr12-19, Pr12-20

 

14

 

 

Assessment Chapters 9, 10 & 12

 

 

13 

Capital Budgeting Decisions

 E13-1, E13-2, E13-4, E13-6, E13-11

15

 

 

13

Capital Budgeting (cont)/ Cash Flow

Pr13-17, Pr13-21

   
14
Cash Flow  

16

 

Final Assessment Chapter 13

Note: See Calendar Tab for Final Schedule

 



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