This class was tough.
Cliff does a good job of explaining the role of a managerial accountant and familiarizing students with the various related concepts. He provides abundant practice problems, occasional graded homeworks, and two practice exams before the actual exam which are all very helpful.
Highlights include studying the flow of product/job costs from the raw material, through work in process inventory, to finished goods inventory, all the way to the product's sale. This allows students to truly understand how to track the creation, use, and sale of products or services using traditional accounting techniques.
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Advice for students:
Keep up with the homeworks/textook reading. If you stay caught up studying for the exams is not overly challenging, however it is easy to fall behind. Pay particular attention to the practice exams and do them ahead of time, if you struggle with a problem figure out why, it will likely reappear.