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1 Business A610 Managerial Accounting Summer 2011 Course Outline Accounting and Financial Management Services Area DeGroote School of Business McMaster University COURSE OBJECTIVE The objective of this course is to introduce students to various costing systems in the manufacturing and service sectors, the different types of cost behaviour and their uses in decision making, planning and control. INSTRUCTOR AND CONTACT INFORMATION Section: C01 Thursday 8:30 11:30 E01 Thursday 19:00 22:00 Instructor: Dr. Y. Lilian Chan Dr. Y. Lilian Chan Office: DSB 325/RJC 222 DSB 325/RJC 222 Office Hour: By appointment By appointment Tel: (905) x23974 (905) x23974 Class Location: RJC 236 RJC 236 Course Website: Available on avenue.mcmaster.ca. COURSE ELEMENTS Credit Value: 3 Leadership: Yes IT skills: Yes Global view: No ELM: Yes Ethics: Yes Numeracy: Yes Written skills: Yes Participation: Yes Innovation: No Group work: Yes Oral skill: Yes COURSE DESCRIPTION Cost accounting is concerned with the analysis of and accounting for costs, inventory valuation, managerial planning, and control. The nature and behaviour of costs as well as the usefulness and limitations of accounting data for these purposes are studied. Cost accounting, while providing some data for financial statements prepared for external users, has as its primary purpose the development and presentation of information useful to management both for planning and for the control of costs. 1

2 This course in managerial accounting will include basic materials on terminology and ideas, activitybased costing, product costing systems, allocation of joint and common costs, direct costing versus absorption costing, cost-volume-profits relationships, relevant costing, pricing, budgeting, standard costing, and variance analysis. Responsibility accounting and performance management will also be introduced. LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, students will be able to complete the following key tasks: Define the different types of costs including direct costs, indirect costs, variable costs, fixed costs, product costs, and period costs. Determine the full cost/direct cost of a given cost object such as a product, a service, and a department. Use relevant cost information in making various product decisions including pricing, outsourcing, production planning, and capital investments. Apply the principal of responsibility accounting in planning and control. Conduct detailed variance analysis in evaluating the performance of a business unit in an organization. REQUIRED COURSE MATERIALS AND READINGS Courseware Assignment and Case purchase a copy at the bookstore OPTIONAL COURSE MATERIALS AND READINGS Hilton, R.W. and M. Favere-Marchesi. Managerial Accounting: Creating Value in a Dynamic Business Environoment, Canadian Edition, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, ON: Whitby, Horngren, C.T., G. Foster, S.M. Datar, H.D. Teall and M. Gowing. Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis, Fourth Canadian Edition, Prentice Hall Canada, Inc., ON: Scarborough, Horngren, C.T., G. Foster, S.M. Datar, and M. Gowing. Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis, Fifth Canadian Edition, Prentice Hall Canada, Inc., ON: Scarborough, EVALUATION Learning in this course results primarily from in-class lectures and discussion, completion of assignments, and out-of-class analysis in preparing case report. The assignments and the case reports will be evaluated either on an individual or on a group basis where group members will share the same grade. If the majority of the group feels that a member does not deserve 100% of the mark assigned, it is the group s responsibility to inform the instructor and the member involved, in writing, 2

3 specifying the reasons and the percentage of the mark that should be assigned. Your final grade will be calculated as follows: Components and Weights ALTERNATIVE 1 ALTERNATIVE 2 Assignments (Assignment I: 10%; Assignment 2: 5%; and 30% Assignment 3: 15%) Case Reports 40% 30% Final Exam 60% 40% Total 100% 100% The instructor reserves the right to adjust the student's final grade by one grade point based on his/her class participation and overall performance for the course. NOTE: The use of a McMaster standard calculator (Casio FX-991) is allowed during examinations in this course. See McMaster calculator policy at the following URL: Conversion At the end of the course your overall percentage grade will be converted to your letter grade in accordance with the following conversion scheme. LETTER GRADE PERCENT LETTER GRADE PERCENT A C A C A C B F 0-49 B B Assignments Assignments are optional (see Course Evaluation: Alternative #2). Students may wish to complete the assignments in groups of two and submit their assignments for grading. Assignments I, II, and III are due at or before 12:00 noon for C01 and 10:00 p.m. for E01 on May 19, 2011 (Thursday) and June 23, 2011 (Thursday), and July 14, 2011 (Thursday), respectively. Students are recommended to work on the assignments throughout the course. Late assignments will not be collected for marking and a grade of ZERO will be assigned accordingly. Students are encouraged to submit partially completed assignments for partial credits. Students who make conscientious efforts in completing the assignments are likely to receive higher marks in the final examination. The assignments may be completed using spreadsheet. In that case, the formulas should be typed, printed and submitted with the assignments. The assignments are included in the courseware. 3

4 Case Report Students may wish to work in groups of at most four to study and analyze the assigned case, Grow Green (available in the courseware). Each group is required to hand in one written case report. Questions at the end of the case should be used as guidelines in organizing your case report. The case report must be of professional quality, typed, double-spaced with reasonable fonts (font size 11) and margins (1 ). The case report should be well organized and include (i) a brief introduction identifying the relevant problems and issues; (ii) a detailed analysis of the issues with recommendations; and (iii) a conclusion. Even though the major issues are related to accounting, students should not overlook the importance of other market factors and organizational issues that are relevant to the case. The report must be short, that is, less than five double-spaced typed pages with at most three one-page exhibits, concise, and to the point. Excessive length, excessive verbosity, lack of precision, or otherwise poor writings will affect your grade. The case reports must be handed in on or before the due date, July 7, 2011 (Thursday) for Grow Green. Late submission will not be accepted for marking, i.e., a grade of ZERO will be assigned accordingly. Final Exam There will be one comprehensive final examination. The rules customarily followed by the DeGroote School of Business will govern absence from the examinations. Important Note: Any non-communicating calculators will be allowed in both midterm and final examinations. Communication and Feedback Students who are uncomfortable in directly approaching an instructor regarding a course concern may choose to send a confidential and anonymous to the respective Area Chair at: Students who wish to correspond with instructors directly via must send messages that originate from their official McMaster University account. This protects the confidentiality and sensitivity of information as well as confirms the identity of the student. Instructors should conduct an informal course review with students by Week #4 to allow time for modifications in curriculum delivery. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY Your attention is directed to the ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY, ANY VIOLATIONS will be dealt with according to this policy. Academic dishonesty consists of misrepresentation by deception or by other fraudulent means and can result in serious consequences, e.g., the grade of zero on an assignment, loss of credit with a notation on the transcript (notation reads: Grade F assigned for academic dishonesty. ), and/or suspension or expulsion from the university. 4

5 It is your responsibility to understand what constitutes academic dishonesty. For information on the various kinds of academic dishonesty, please refer to the Academic Integrity Policy, specifically Appendix 3, located at The following illustrates only three forms of academic dishonesty: 1. Plagiarism, e.g., the submission of work that is not one s own for which other credit has been obtained. 2. Improper collaboration in group work. 3. Copying or using unauthorized aids in tests and examinations. In this course, we will be using a web-based service (Turnitin.com) to reveal plagiarism. Students will be expected to submit their work electronically to Turnitin.com and in hard copy so that it can be checked for academic dishonesty. Students who do not wish to submit their work to Turnitin.com must still submit a copy to the instructor. No penalty will be assigned to a student who does not submit work to Turnitin.com. All submitted work is subject to normal verification that standards of academic integrity have been upheld (e.g., Google search, etc.). To see Guidelines for the Use of Turnitin.com, please go to COPYRIGHT McMaster University has signed a license with the Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright) which allows professors, students, and staff to make copies allowed under fair dealing. Fair dealing with a work does not require the permission of the copyright owner or the payment of royalties as long as the purpose for the material is private study, and that the total amount copied equals NO MORE THAN 10 percent of a work or an entire chapter which is less than 20 percent of a work. In other words, it is illegal to: i) copy an entire book, or ii) repeatedly copy smaller sections of a publication that cumulatively cover over 10 percent of the total work s content. Please refer to the following copyright guide for further information: POTENTIAL MODIFICATIONS TO THE COURSE The instructor and university reserve the right to modify elements of the course during the term. The university may change the dates and deadlines for any or all courses in extreme circumstances. If either type of modification becomes necessary, reasonable notice and communication with the students will be given with explanation and the opportunity to comment on changes. It is the responsibility of the student to check their McMaster and course websites weekly during the term and to note any changes. POLICY ON MISSED MID-TERM EXAMINATIONS / TESTS Where students miss a regularly scheduled midterm for legitimate reasons as adjudicated by the Academic Programs Office (APO), the weight for that test will be distributed across other evaluative components of the course at the discretion of the instructor. Documentation explaining such an absence must be provided to the APO within five (5) working days upon returning to school. The 5

6 approved McMaster Medical Form must be used to document absence for health related reasons. If an exam is missed without a valid reason, students will receive a grade of Zero (0) for that component. University policy states that a student may submit a maximum of three (3) medical certificates per year after which the student must meet with the Director of the program. Please see the following URL for APO forms: Students unable to write at the posted exam time due to the following reasons: religious; work-related (for part-time students only); representing university at an academic or varsity athletic event; and conflicts between two overlapping scheduled midterm exams, have the option of applying for special exam arrangements. Such requests must be made to the APO at least ten (10) working days before the scheduled exam along with acceptable documentation. There will be only one common sitting for the special exam. Instructors cannot themselves allow students to unofficially write make-up exams/tests. Adjudication of the request must be handled by the APO. STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Students with disabilities are required to inform the Centre for Student Development (CSD) of accommodation needs for examinations on or before the last date for withdrawal from a course without failure (please refer to official university sessional dates). Students must forward a copy of such CSD accommodation to the instructor immediately upon receipt. If student with a disability chooses NOT to take advantage of a CSD accommodation and chooses to sit for a regular exam, a petition for relief may not be filed after the examination is complete. The CSD website is: RESEARCH USING HUMAN SUBJECTS Research involving human participants is premised on a fundamental moral commitment to advancing human welfare, knowledge and understanding. As a research intensive institution, McMaster University shares this commitment in its promotion of responsible research. The fundamental imperative of research involving human participation is respect for human dignity and well-being. To this end, the University endorses the ethical principles cited in the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans: McMaster University has mandated its Research Ethics Boards to ensure that all research investigations involving human participants are in compliance with the Tri-Council Policy Statement. The University is committed, through its Research Ethics Boards, to assisting the research community in identifying and addressing ethical issues inherent in research, recognizing that all members of the University share a commitment to maintaining the highest possible standards in research involving humans. If you are conducting original research, it is vital that you behave in an ethical manner. For example, everyone you speak to must be made aware of your reasons for eliciting their responses and consent to providing information. Furthermore, you must ensure everyone understands that participation is entirely voluntary. Please refer to the following website for more information about McMaster University s research ethics guidelines: 6

7 Organizations that you are working with are likely to prefer that some information be treated as confidential. Ensure that you clarify the status of all information that you receive from your client. You MUST respect this request and cannot present this information in class or communicate it in any form, nor can you discuss it outside your group. Furthermore, you must continue to respect this confidentiality even after the course is over. STUDENT EVALUATION OF TEACHING It is the policy of the DeGroote School of Business to administer the Student Evaluation of Teaching forms towards the end of the semester and students are expected to participate in these evaluations. 7

8 COURSE SCHEDULE Business A610 Managerial Accounting Summer 2011 Course Outline Week Date Topic Readings 1 Problems 2 Self-Study 1 April 28 Role and Ethics of Management Accountants Cost Terminology and Behaviour 2 May 5 Normal Costing System Activity-Based Costing and Management 3 May 12 Job Order Costing Process Costing 4 May 19 Process Costing (con t.) Spoilages, Rework and Scraps 5 May 26 Joint Cost Allocation Revenue Allocation Ch. 1 Chs. 2 & 6 Chs. 3 and 5 (omit pp ) Ch. 4, including Online supplement 4A, 4B and 4C P2-34, 35, 36 P10-30, 34 P4-30 P5-28, 29, 30, 32 P4-33, 34, 46 P17-27, 28 Online supplement 4A, 4B and 4C P18-30, 31, 40 Online Ch. 16 P15-26, 28 P16-16, 17 6 June 2 Common Cost Allocation Online Ch. 16 P14-26,28 7 June 9 Common Cost Allocation (con t.) 8 June 16 Absorption (Full) Costing and Direct (Variable) Costing Ch. 8 P9-24, 36 9 June 23 Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis Relevant Costing 10 June 30 Pricing Decisions, Product Profitability Decisions and Cost Management (Target Costing and Life-Cycle Costing) 11 July 7 Budgeting and Responsibility Accounting (Kaizen Budgeting and Activity-Based Budgeting) 12 July 14 Flexible Budgets, Variance Analysis and Management Control 13 July 21 Flexible Budgets, Variance Analysis and Management Control (con t.) Tentative course outline is subject to change. Ch. 7 Ch. 13 P3-42, 43, 44, 46, 50 P11-28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 40 Ch. 14 P12-18, 20, 24, 33, 36 Ch. 9, pp P6-32, 35, 36 Ch. 10 P7-32, 40 P8-24, 30, 38 1 Hilton, R.W. and M. Favere-Marchesi. Managerial Accounting: Creating Value in a Dynamic Business Environoment, Canadian Edition, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, ON: Whitby, Self-Study Problems and Solution on Self-Study Problems (Horngren et. al, Fifth Canadian Edition) are available on the course website. 8

9 COURSE SCHEDULE Business A610 Managerial Accounting Summer 2011 Course Outline Week Date Topic Readings 1 Problems 2 Self-Study 1 April 28 Role and Ethics of Management Accountants Cost Terminology and Behaviour 2 May 5 Normal Costing System Activity-Based Costing and Management 3 May 12 Job Order Costing Process Costing 4 May 19 Process Costing (con t.) Spoilages, Rework and Scraps 5 May 26 Joint Cost Allocation Revenue Allocation Ch. 1 Chs. 2 & 10 (omit pp ) pp , Ch. 5 pp Ch. 17 (omit pp ) Ch. 18 pp pp pp Ch. 15 pp P2-34, 35, 36 P10-30, 34 P4-30 P5-28, 29, 30, 32 P4-33, 34, 46 P17-27, 28 P18-30, 31, 40 P15-26, 28 P16-16, 17 6 June 2 Common Cost Allocation Ch. 14 P14-26,28 7 June 9 Common Cost Allocation (con t.) 8 June 16 Absorption (Full) Costing and Direct (Variable) Costing pp P9-24, 36 9 June 23 Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis Relevant Costing 10 June 30 Pricing Decisions, Product Profitability Decisions and Cost Management (Target Costing and Life-Cycle Costing) 11 July 7 Budgeting and Responsibility Accounting (Kaizen Budgeting and Activity-Based Budgeting) 12 July 14 Flexible Budgets, Variance Analysis and Management Control Ch. 3 Ch. 11 P3-42, 43, 44, 46, 50 P11-28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 40 Ch. 12 P12-18, 20, 24, 33, 36 Ch. 6 P6-32, 35, 36 Chs. 7 & 8 P7-32, 40 P8-24, 30, July 21 Flexible Budgets, Variance Analysis and Management Control (con t.) Tentative course outline is subject to change. 1 Horngren, C.T., G. Foster, S.M. Datar, and H.D. Teall. Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis, Fourth Canadian Edition, Prentice Hall Canada, Inc., ON: Scarborough, Self-Study Problems and Solution on Self-Study Problems (Horngren et. al, Fifth Canadian Edition) are available on the course website. 9

10 COURSE SCHEDULE Business A610 Managerial Accounting Summer 2011 Course Outline Week Date Topic Readings 1 Problems 2 Self-Study 1 April 28 Role and Ethics of Management Accountants Cost Terminology and Behaviour 2 May 5 Normal Costing System Activity-Based Costing and Management 3 May 12 Job Order Costing Process Costing Chs. 1 and 2; Ch. 10 (omit pp ), include Appendix pp ; pp ; Ch. 5 pp Ch. 17 P2-34, 35, 36 P10-30, 34 P4-30 P5-28, 29, 30, 32 P4-33, 34, 46 P17-27, 28 4 May 19 Process Costing (con t.) Spoilages, Rework and Scraps Ch. 18 P18-30, 31, 40 5 May 26 Joint Cost Allocation Revenue Allocation Ch. 15 pp P15-26, 28 P16-16, 17 6 June 2 Common Cost Allocation Ch. 14 P14-24, 25, 26 7 June 9 Common Cost Allocation (con t.) 8 June 16 Absorption (Full) Costing and Direct (Variable) Costing pp P9-24, 36 9 June 23 Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis Relevant Costing 10 June 30 Pricing Decisions, Product Profitability Decisions and Cost Management (Target Costing and Life-Cycle Costing) 11 July 7 Budgeting and Responsibility Accounting (Kaizen Budgeting and Activity-Based Budgeting) 12 July 14 Flexible Budgets, Variance Analysis and Management Control 13 July 21 Flexible Budgets, Variance Analysis and Management Control (con t.) Tentative course outline is subject to change. Ch. 3 Ch. 11 P3-42, 43, 44, 46, 50 P11-28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 40 Ch. 12 P12-18, 20, 24, 33, 36 Ch. 6 P6-32, 36 Chs. 7 & 8 P7-32, 38 P8-24, 30, 39 1 Horngren, C.T., G. Foster, S.M. Datar, and H.D. Teall. Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis, Fifth Canadian Edition, Prentice Hall Canada, Inc., ON: Scarborough, Self-Study Problems and Solution on Self-Study Problems are available on the course website. 10

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