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This document is subject to revision, either verbally, written, or electronically. It is your responsibility to note any and all changes. ACCT 202 CRN 80385 Section 1 Principles of Managerial Accounting, Lecture Fall 2019 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:30-12:20, Room G21 MHH Telephone: 304-293-7848 E-mail: [email protected] ( include ACCT 202 in the subject line ) TA: Nick Tice E-mail: [email protected] Websites: ecampus.wvu.edu with MyAccountingLab access Office: 313 B&E Office Hours: MW 10am – 4pm TR 12:45pm – 2:15pm and 3:45pm – 5:15pm F 11:30am – 2:30pm *additional times by appointment COURSE OBJECTIVES: Students use accounting terminology to communicate economic events to internal stakeholders. Students will demonstrate how business organizations use accounting information for planning, directing, controlling and decision making and will apply appropriate technical accounting knowledge and skills to business problems. LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon successful completion of this course, students will Prepare cash flow statements and perform analyses of financial statements. Demonstrate an understanding of managerial accounting Identify aspects of ethical considerations in decision-making and professional conduct Demonstrate an understanding of various cost terms and concepts used in service, merchandising, and manufacturing businesses. Demonstrate an understanding of inventory costing and related accounting transactions for manufacturing firms. Distinguish types of cost behavior and use various tools to determine cost behavior, predict profits and perform sensitivity analysis. Identify relevant information and use that information to make common short-term business decisions Use capital budgeting tools to make long-term investment decisions. Students will develop and use various tools for planning and control purposes. COURSE FORMAT AND CREDIT HOURS: Lecture – 3 hours COURSE PREREQUISITIES: You must have already completed Accounting 201 with a grade of D- or better. REQUIRED MATERIALS: 1. Managerial Accounting, Braun, Tietz, Harrison, 5th Edition, Pearson Prentice-Hall 2. Access to Pearson’s MyLab through ecampus Note: Pearson offers 14-days of temporary access. Everyone MUST have access to Pearson’s MyLab immediately. 3. A laptop, notepad, or smart phone with Wi-Fi capability for in-class participation 4. Simple, non-programmable calculator for exams 5. Access to Excel to complete projects OPTIONAL MATERIALS: 1. Lecture outlines for each chapter, with templates for in-class problems, will be posted on eCampus in Course Content. 1
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COURSE ACTIVITIES: The most effective way to learn accounting is by “doing.” Course activities are designed to get you involved in active learning. Pearson’s MyLab offers a Study Plan that has been tailored for the learning objectives that we will be covering in this course. The Study Plan is a great tool to get the needed practice and feedback, and the “Quiz Me” feature allows you to earn “mastery points”, explained further in the Bonus Points section.
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