Cornell ACCT5283 Syllabus Summer 2017 (2) - ACCOUNTING 5283...

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1 A CCOUNTING 5283 MBA M ANAGERIAL A CCOUNTING S PEARS S CHOOL OF B USINESS - O KLAHOMA S TATE U NIVERSITY S UMMER 2017 I NSTRUCTOR CONTACT INFORMATION Robert M. Cornell, PhD, CMA Office Phone: (405) 744-6377 Email: [email protected] (preferred) Brightspace: Contact / Office hours by appointment (please contact me directly to make an appointment): BUS 335 A DMINISTRATIVE CONTACT AND T ECHNICAL ( VIDEO ) HELP RESOURCES If you have administrative questions or any trouble with viewing videos posted on Brightspace please contact support at: Web: Email: [email protected] Facebook: Phone: (405) 744-4048 For questions related to cases and course content (or anything else that could be helpful to your classmates) use the discussion feature on Brightspace. Use my email for personal items relating exclusively to you if necessary. I will monitor the discussion area on Brightspace daily and will promptly respond to posted questions. O VERVIEW OF THE C OURSE This course introduces management accounting concepts and objectives including planning, control, and analysis of sales, costs (expenses), and profits. C OURSE P REREQUISITES Admission to a Spears School of Business graduate program or consent of Spears School MBA director. C OURSE O BJECTIVES Objective MBA Program Learning Goal 1. To give students an understanding and appreciation of the role of the management accountant in the organization. Business Knowledge & Competency 2. To help students understand and apply concepts and tools of management accounting to business problems. Business Knowledge & Competency 3. To help students improve critical thinking skills by providing practice in addressing complex business problems. Business Knowledge & Competency Critical Thinking 4. To help students improve communication skills. Written Communication 5. To enhance students’ ability to use business decision analysis technology Technological Competence G RADING P OLICY Points Letter grades Mid-term exam (35 questions @ 4 points each) 140 points 450 - 500 pts = A Final exam (40 questions @ 4 points each) 160 points 400 - 449 pts = B Case Studies (10 @ 5 points each) 50 points 350 - 399 pts = C Restaurant Case Study with group multiplier 70 points 300 - 349 pts = D Internal Controls Case Study 70 points Less than 300 pts = F Discussion Board Questions / Responses 10 points Total Points 500 points R EQUIRED T EXT Garrison, Noreen, and Brewer (2011)* Managerial Accounting (14 th ed.). McGraw-Hill Irwin ISBN10# 0078111005 (Purchase the textbook only - we do NOT need the workbook) Amazon link to text here: Coursesmart link to ebook here:
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2 R EQUIRED T EXT ( CONTINUED ) *Some versions of the text show a 2013 copyright date. Please be sure your text is the 14 th edition. Also, the international edition is substantially different and will not work for our course. This is not the latest edition of the text as the publisher has not made major changes to the later editions except for the price. Other editions of the text will work
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