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1 Syllabus SBNM 5120 Cost Accounting North Park University Spring 2017 Instructor: Ann Ownby Hicks Phone: Office Location: School of Business and Nonprofit Management Second Floor Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday 1:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Other times by appointment. Text: Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis, Fifteenth Edition; Horngren, Datar & Foster; ISBN (E-book and MyAccountingLab) Course Overview: If you are taking this course, then that means you have already completed Financial Accounting and Managerial Accounting. You may remember that Financial Accounting focused on reporting results to a company's external constituents and Managerial Accounting focused on using the data accumulated in the accounting system to make better informed decisions about the company. Cost Accounting will continue with the concepts that were learned in Managerial Accounting, i.e. developing and enhancing your skills to make decisions for the day to day management of your company. As such, we will be focusing on job cost and unit cost accounting; job order and standard costing systems; cost/volume/profit analysis; direct and indirect costs and budgeting. Course Objectives: After completing the course, students should be able to: 1. Describe the role of cost accounting in supporting management decisions. 2. Demonstrate the different type of cost behaviors and how changes in these costs may affect decisions. 3. Apply Cost-Volume-Profit (CVP) analyses to assist in choosing alternatives. 4. Apply job costing concepts to manufacturing and service organizations. 5. Calculate the cost of products using Activity-Based Costing. 6. Develop an operating budget, including projections of cash flow. 7. Differentiate between variable costing and absorption costing. 8. Demonstrate the use of various methods of cost estimation. Course Schedule: The following table summarizes the schedule for the course. For purposes of this course, each week runs from Monday through Sunday. All assignments are due by 11:59 p.m. on the date listed. 1

2 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Week 1 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Introduction Responses Quiz SBNM Post Homework 5120 Introductions Responses Initial Post Week 2 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 SBNM 5120 Homework Postings Quiz Excel Problem Set Week 3 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 SBNM 5120 Initial Post Homework Quiz Responses Week 4 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 SBNM 5120 Homework Postings Quiz Excel Problem Set Week 5 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 SBNM 5120 Initial Post Homework Quiz Responses Week 6 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 SBNM 5120 Homework Postings Quiz Excel Problem Set Week 7 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 SBNM 5120 Initial Post The final exam is due the Tuesday after Week 7 by 11:59 p.m. Homework Quiz Responses 2

3 Participant Responsibilities: 1. Attendance, presence, and full participation are required for this class. You cannot successfully complete this course without completing the weekly readings and assignments. 2. Participants are expected to adhere to all due dates for assignments and discussion board postings. No late items will be accepted unless negotiated in advance of the due date. Instructor Responsibilities: 1. I will sign on to Moodle at least once each day to address any issues that may come up. Specifically, I will be on-line on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:00 pm. 8:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. If at any point during the quad, I am unable to meet those specific timeslots, I will send an announcement. 2. I will respond to s and phone calls within 48 hours of receipt. I always commit to posting grades and providing feedback within one week of any assignment's due date. For this class, since our week ends on Sunday night, I will have grades for all assignments from each week posted and feedback provided no later than Wednesday of the following week at 11:59 p.m. I will post a summation of each week s activities no later than Monday at 11:59 p.m. 3. Assignments and discussion boards for the week will be available starting at 12:01 a.m. each Monday morning. Technical Skills: Students should have a working knowledge of Microsoft Excel. Additionally, the homework and quizzes will be completed on-line at a dedicated web page I have set up for the course (see section entitled MyAccountingLab Resources below for further information). A basic understanding of the internet and web browsing should be sufficient for students to easily navigate through the course-related web sites. MyAccountingLab Resources: We will be using the software platform, MyAccountingLab. This is a platform that has been developed by the publisher of our textbook and integrates the e-book with the homework assignments, the quizzes and multiple learning resources. In addition to preparing the homework assignments and the quizzes in this platform, I encourage you to explore the learning resources that are available there. Each chapter has powerpoints and some videos that may help to reinforce your readings. Additionally, there are Dynamic Study Modules that can be very useful in gauging your understanding of the concepts. These consist of a series of questions that will help you reinforce and retain what you learn. If you have any questions regarding the use of any of these resources, please let me know. 3

4 COURSE ASSIGNMENTS AND GRADING RUBRICS Homework (70 maximum points) The weekly homework assignments are administered through MyAccounting Lab and will incorporate problems from the text covering applicable learning objectives from the chapter readings. As these questions are objective in nature, you will be awarded points based upon your correct answering of the questions. You have an UNLIMITED number of GRADED attempts during the assigned week to finish the homework and achieve full credit. The purpose of the homework is to reinforce the learning objectives. The weekly homework assignments are due by midnight each Saturday during the course. Each homework assignment is worth 10 points. Quizzes (70 maximum points) The weekly quizzes are administered through MyAccounting Lab and will incorporate various question types including: True/false Multiple choice As these questions are objective in nature, you will be awarded points based upon your correct answering of the questions. The weekly quizzes are available each Sunday in MyAccounting Lab from 6:00 a.m. until 11:59 p.m.central Standard Time; the quizzes must be submitted by 11:59p.m. for grading. This should give you ample time to access the quizzes around your schedule. Additionally, once you begin a quiz you will have 120 minutes to finish. Please make sure you are aware of these requirements. Each quiz is worth 10 points. Excel Problem Set (120 maximum points) During Weeks, Two, Four and Six (the even weeks), a set of homework problems from the text will be assigned. The purpose of this assignment is to practice applying the concepts you are learning in an Excel environment, thereby reinforcing both the accounting concepts and your Excel skills. The problem set should be submitted into Moodle by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday. The grading rubric for the Excel Problem Set can be found on Moodle. Each problem set is worth 40 points. 4

5 Discussion (105 maximum points) Each week you will be expected to participate in a discussion forum through Moodle. During Weeks One, Three, Five and Seven the forum will consist of a discussion posted on Moodle. Each participant is expected to post a thoughtful response to the question by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday and then post 2 responses no later than 11:59 p.m. on Sunday. During Weeks Two, Four and Six the forum will consist of an opportunity to collaborate on the Excel Problem Set that is due every other week. Each participant is expected to post a question, insight, concern regarding the problems on the forum and respond in a helpful manner to the posts that are made by their classmates. In this way, each participant should gain a better understanding of the problems that are assigned. All postings are due no later than 11:59 p.m. on Saturday. Please note the difference in due date for these forums. It is so that students will receive any needed feedback prior to the due date for the submission of the Excel Problem Set. The grading rubric for the Discussion can be found on Moodle. Each Discussion is worth 15 points. Final Test (100 maximum points) The final test is comprised of exercises and problems similar in nature to the weekly homework assignments. You will be awarded points based upon your correct answering of the questions. The final test is worth 100 points. 5

6 The course grade will be based on the following: Homework Assignments 70 Weekly Quizzes 70 Excel Problem Sets 120 Discussion 105 Final Exam 100 Total Possible Points 465 Grading: At the end of the course, you will receive a letter grade reflecting your performance in the course. Letter grades (A F) will be awarded according to schedule below. Points Earned Letter Percentage Grade 93% - 100% A % - 92% A % - 89% B % - 86% B % - 82% B % - 79% C % - 76% C % - 72% C % - 69% D % - 66% D % - 62% D- <279 <60% F 6

7 COURSE OUTLINE READINGS AND HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS Week One Student Learning Objectives: During this week, students will study Chapter 1, The Manager and Management Accounting and Chapter 2, An Introduction to Cost Terms and Purposes. After Week One, students should be able to: 1. Explain the five-step decision-making process and its role in management accounting. (Course Objective 1) 2. Articulate the importance of professional ethics in management accounting. (Course Objective 1) 3. Define and illustrate a cost object. (Course Objective 2) 4. Distinguish between direct costs and indirect costs. (Course Objective 2) 5. Explain variable and fixed costs. (Course Objective 2) 6. Analyze the components of unit costs. (Course Objective 2) 7. Distinguish inventoriable costs from period costs. (Course Objective 2) 8. Describe the flow of inventoriable and period costs. (Course Objective 2) Required Readings: Cost Accounting, 15e, Horngren, Datar, Rajan, Chapters 1 & 2 Homework Assignment (found in MyAccountingLab): E1-24, 25, 27; Q2-1; E2-18, 26; P2-29 Weekly Quiz (found in MyAccounting Lab): Covers Chapters 1 and 2 Discussion : Question found on Moodle 7

8 Week Two Student Learning Objectives: During this week, students will study Chapter 3, Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis. After Week Two, students should be able to: 1. Explain the features of cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis. (Course Objective 3) 2. Determine the breakeven point and output level needed to achieve a target operating income. (Course Objective 3) 3. Explain how managers use CVP analysis to make decisions. (Course Objective 3) 4. Use CVP analysis to plan variable and fixed costs. (Course Objective 3) 5. Apply CVP analysis to a company producing multiple products. (Course Objective 3) Required Readings: Cost Accounting, 15e, Horngren, Datar, Rajan, Chapters 3 Homework Assignment (found in MyAccountingLab): Q3-2; E3-17, 18, 20, 25, 28, 30; P3-43 Weekly Quiz (found in MyAccounting Lab): Covers Chapter 3 Discussion : Collaboration on Excel Problem Set Excel Problem Set (found in your text): P2-33; P3-38, 39 8

9 Week Three Student Learning Objectives: During this week, students will study Chapter 4, Job Costing. After Week Three, students should be able to: 1. Distinguish job costing from process costing. (Course Objective 4) 2. Distinguish actual costing from normal costing. (Course Objective 4) 3. Illustrate the flow of costs in a job-costing system. (Course Objective 4) 4. Record under-or overallocated manufacturing overhead costs at the end of the fiscal year using alternative methods. (Course Objective 4) Required Readings: Cost Accounting, 15e, Horngren, Datar, Rajan, Chapter 4 Homework Assignment (found in MyAccountingLab): Q4-9; E4-16, 23, 24, 27; P4-29 Weekly Quiz (found in MyAccounting Lab): Covers Chapter 4 Discussion : Question found on Moodle 9

10 Week Four Student Learning Objectives: During this week, students will study Chapter 5, Activity-Based Costing and Activity- Based Management. After Week Four, students should be able to: 1. Explain how broad averaging undercosts and overcosts products or services. (Course Objective 5) 2. Describe three guidelines for refining a costing system. (Course Objective 5) 3. Distinguish between simple and activity-based costing systems. (Course Objective 5) 4. Describe a four-part cost hierarchy. (Course Objective 5) 5. Calculate the cost of products or services using activity-based costing. (Course Objective 5) 6. Demonstrate the differences between activity-based costing systems and department costing systems. (Course Objective 5) Required Readings: Cost Accounting, 15e, Horngren, Datar, Rajan, Chapter 5 Homework Assignment (found in MyAccountingLab): Q5-1, 3, 4; E5-16, 20, 26, 27 Weekly Quiz (found in MyAccounting Lab): Covers Chapter 5 Discussion : Collaboration on Excel Problem Set Excel Problem Set (found in your text): P4-31; P

11 Week Five Student Learning Objectives: During this week, students will study Chapter 6, Master Budget and Responsibility Accounting. After Week Five, students should be able to: 1. Describe the advantages of budgets. (Course Objective 6) 2. Prepare the supporting schedules of an operating budget. (Course Objective 6) 3. Prepare the budgeted Income Statement, Balance Sheet. (Course Objective 6) 4. Prepare the Cash Budget. (Course Objective 6) 5. Describe responsibility centers and responsibility accounting. (Course Objective 6) Required Readings: Cost Accounting, 15e, Horngren, Datar, Rajan, Chapter 6 Homework Assignment (found in MyAccountingLab): Q6-4; E6-24; P6-32, 33, 34, 36, 38 Weekly Quiz (found in MyAccounting Lab): Covers Chapter 6 Discussion : Question found on Moodle 11

12 Week Six Student Learning Objectives: During this week, students will study Chapter 9, Inventory Costing and Capacity Analysis. After Week Six, students should be able to: 1. Identify what distinguishes variable costing from absorption costing. (Course Objective 7) 2. Compute income under variable costing and absorption costing and explain the difference in income. (Course Objective 7) 3. Explain how absorption costing can provide undesirable incentives for managers to build up inventory. (Course Objective 7) 4. Describe the various capacity concepts that firms can use in absorption costing. (Course Objective 7) Required Readings: Cost Accounting, 15e, Horngren, Datar, Rajan, Chapter 9 Homework Assignment (found in MyAccountingLab): Q9-1, 4, 10; E 9-16, 20, 23, 24 Weekly Quiz (found in MyAccounting Lab): Covers Chapter 9 Discussion : Collaboration on Excel Problem Set Excel Problem Set (found in your text): P6-37;

13 Week Seven Student Learning Objectives: During this week, students will study Chapter 10, Determining How Costs Behave After Week Seven, students should be able to: 1. Describe linear cost functions and three common ways in which they behave. (Course Objective 8) 2. Explain the importance of causality in estimating cost functions. (Course Objective 8) 3. Explain various methods of cost estimation. (Course Objective 8) 4. Outline six steps in estimating a cost function using quantitative analysis. (Course Objective 8) 5. Use the high-low method and regression analysis to estimate a cost function. (Course Objective 8) 6. Describe three criteria used to evaluate and choose cost drivers. (Course Objective 8) Required Readings: Cost Accounting, 15e, Horngren, Datar, Rajan, Chapter 10 Homework Assignment (found in MyAccountingLab): Q10-4, 6, 7, 8, 10; E10-17, 19, 21, 22; P10-42 Weekly Quiz (found in MyAccounting Lab): Covers Chapter 10 Discussion : Question found on Moodle Final Exam (Found on Moodle): Covers material from all 7 weeks 13

14 Students with Disabilities: Students with disabilities who believe that they may need accommodations in this class are encouraged to contact the Center for Academic Services at , or stop by the office located on the 2nd floor of the Student Services Building. Please do so as soon as possible to better ensure that such accommodations are implemented in a timely manner. For further information please review the following website: Services/Disability-Resources Academic Honesty: In keeping with our Christian heritage and commitment, North Park University and the School of Business and Nonprofit Management are committed to the highest possible ethical and moral standards. Just as we will constantly strive to live up to these high standards, we expect our students to do the same. To that end, cheating of any sort will not be tolerated. Students who are discovered cheating are subject to discipline up to and including failure of a course and expulsion. Our definition of cheating includes but is not limited to: 1. Plagiarism the use of another s work as one s own without giving credit to the individual. This includes using materials from the internet. 2. Copying another s answers on an examination. 3. Deliberately allowing another to copy one s answers or work. 4. Signing an attendance roster for another who is not present. In the special instance of group work, the instructor will make clear his/her expectations with respect to individual vs. collaborative work. A violation of these expectations may be considered cheating as well. For further information on this subject you may refer to the Academic Dishonesty section of the University s online catalog. In conclusion, it is our mission to prepare each student for a life of significance and service. Honesty and ethical behavior are the foundation upon which such lives are built. We therefore expect the highest standards of each student in this regard. 14

15 Title IX: Students who believe they have been harassed, discriminated against, or involved in sexual violence should contact the Dean of Students ( ) or Director of Human Resources ( ) for information about campus resources and support services, including confidential counseling services. As a member of the North Park faculty, we are concerned about the well-being and development of our students, and are available to discuss any concerns. Faculty are legally obligated to share information with the University s Title IX coordinator in certain situations to help ensure that the student s safety and welfare is being addressed, consistent with the requirements of the law. These disclosures include but are not limited to reports of sexual assault, relational/domestic violence, and stalking. Please refer to North Park s Safe Community site for contact information and further details. 15

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