Accounting 525 01W, 02W and 03W
Advanced Managerial Accounting
Instructor: Class Hours: Online Course
Office Hours: Online Course
Class meeting dates: January 14th – May 10th
Text: Managerial Accounting, 14th ed., by Garrison, Noreen and Brewer. ISBN 9780077503932 (Hard cover bundle – text and Connect access) or 9780077909703 (Loose leaf bundle) or 9780077317751 (electronic Connect Plus with on line text)
Prerequisites: Consent of the instructor
Course Description: A study of accounting as related to making decisions. Readings, cases and problems dealing with managerial accounting issues, accounting concepts, budgeting and cost control, using accounting information in planning and control. Course Objectives: To develop knowledge about, and proficiency in the use of, accounting as an information system for measuring, processing and communicating information that is useful in making economic decisions. To gain knowledge of the generally accepted accounting principles and procedures essential to the preparation and analysis of various reports that aid in managerial decision making and be able to apply them to practical situations. Course Embedded Assessment Objectives: Your achievement level for each objective will be measured by your success in completing the quizzes and examinations. Understand the role of managerial accountants in corporate governance and decision making; Provide information to managers to help them make decisions; and, Provide information to managers to control other managers and employees.
Grading PolicyCourse grades will be based upon three exams (100 points each), three quizzes (33, 33 and 34 points each) and a paper (100 points). Grades for the course will be determined by converting each student’s points out of a possible 500 into a percentage and then applying...
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