BUS 322.D1 – FALL 2012 INTERMEDIATE MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING Tuesday, 11:30-14:20 (BLU 10021) Instructor Office Phone Email : : : : Tota Panggabean, BSc., MSF., MSEc. WMC 3353 (778)782.3563 email@example.com Office hours : M 10.00-12.00 W 10.00-14.30 Or by appointment Toan Le WMC 3381 M: 14.00-15.30
Prerequisites Textbooks (Required)
BUS 254; 60 credit hours. Cost Management and Control (2008): Custom Publication for Simon Fraser University, McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd. ISBN: 978-0-07-007553-5. Bus 322 Casebook (2010), Pearson Learning Solutions, ISBN: 978-0-558-72686-7. Students are expected to read the assigned chapters, class notes, and other assigned materials before coming to class and are expected to discuss the assigned chapters and other related materials during lectures.
The role of the management accountant in today’s business organization is to provide quantitative and qualitative information to support management’s decision-making function. This course is intended to bridge the transition between the computation of data and the use of the data for strategic purposes. The course will also introduce the use of case analysis and the application of critical thinking to managerial accounting information. http://beedie.sfu.ca/courses/bus322 ID: your SFU ID Password: your SFU password Course email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A weighted mark of the following elements Case analysis (one written report – group) Case presentation (one presentation – group) Class participation (during case presentation - individual) Assignments (individual) Midterm exam (individual) Final exam (comprehensive – individual) Total Relative performance measurement: A:24%, B:46%, C:24%, DFN:6%
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1. Each group will write one report (10%) and make one class presentation (10%). 2. The case analysis should...
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