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Mission College Accounting 1B Online Section 53607 Lakshmamma Venkata Email:[email protected]   Phone: (408) 855-7699 x 5928 Spring 2017 Office Hour: Online,Th: 9:30pm-10:00pm Accounting 1B Managerial Accounting Course Syllabus              Welcome To Spring 2017! I. Accounting 1B Online: This Accounting 1B section is an online class.  Course material is presented in the textbook, with online lectures and homework demonstrations, homework problems with online  feedback, online tests, and instructor-student interaction on the discussion board.   You may purchase the textbook at the Mission College Bookstore or online.  See page 2 for  the required textbook.  For each chapter, you’ll read the textbook, view the online resources  and videos, complete homework problems with online feedback, ask questions on the  discussion board, take a practice quiz, then take an online chapter test.  Review material  will prepare you for the online midterm exams. We’ll meet on campus twice--for orientation  (Tuesday, January 31) , and for the final exam  (Tuesday, May 23).   One of the best things about this class is the discussion board, a 24-hour / 7-day study  group with regular instructor-student interaction.  You can post a question at midnight and  often get a response by 10 o’clock the next morning.  Other benefits include flexible  scheduling—there is no scheduled time that you must be online, and interactive homework  help. You may contact me by phone or e-mail for one-on-one communication.   An online accounting class is not appropriate for all students.  However, if you have good  study skills, it may be a good option for you.  Although you will not attend weekly classes at  Mission College, please schedule at least 12 hours per week on this course.   Now, begin your first assignment on the next page, and I’ll see you at orientation!  Orientation is on  Tuesday, January 31,  at 7:00pm in room GC 306. II. Course Description and Student Learning Outcomes: A. Course Description:  This is the study of how managers use accounting information in  decision-making, planning, directing operations and controlling.  The focus is on cost  terms and concepts, cost behavior, cost structure and cost-volume-profit analysis.   Included are issues relating to cost systems, cost control, profit planning, and  performance analysis in manufacturing and service environments.  ACCTG 1B (53607) Online, Spring 2017 Page 1
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B. Learning Outcomes:   Students will account for direct material, direct labor, and  manufacturing overhead.  Students will use cost-volume-profit analysis to determine the  product breakeven point.  Students will use flexible budgets and standard costs to 
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