ACCT 2102 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II SPRING 2019 Instructor: Jason Matthews TA: Zach Fram and Beena PatelOffice: A305 Moore-Rooker Hall Office: Accounting Lab (B202 Amos Hall) Email address: [email protected]Email address: [email protected]Phone number: 706-542-3628 Email address: [email protected]Office hours: T/Th 3:00 –4:30 PM Lab hours: M-Th 10:00 AM - 5:00 PMFri. 10:00 AM - 3:00 PMCourse Overview: Basic managerial accounting systems, concepts, and principles. Examines the use of managerial accounting information in planning and controlling the operations of a business. Analyze, interpret, and report cost data for management's decision-making needs. Cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, and performance reporting are discussed as they relate to other business disciplines. Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to introduce basic managerial accounting terminology, concepts, and practices. This course will discuss the analysis, interpretation, and reporting of management accounting information in conjunction with: 1.the flow of costs through the value chain, 2.commonly used product costing systems, 3.the impact of cost behavior on budgets and cash flows, 4.planning and forecasting, 5.management’s decision-making needs, and 6.performance evaluation. After completing ACCT 2102 students should be able to 7.Discuss accounting issues and solve accounting problems in a time-constrained group setting. 8.Intelligently discuss the ethical dimensions of a variety of accounting-related business problems. 9.Use computer-aided learning tools and online learning resources. 10.Manage workload in a self-paced learning environment, including meeting regular deadlines. 11.Work in teams and learn to cooperate in balancing the work load in group assignments.