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This course looks at topics include an in-depth study of general purpose and special product costing systems; spoilage/rework and scrap; cost estimation; linear and non-linear CVP; production, quality, and pricing decisions; capital budgeting; operational budgeting; variance analysis; decentralization, segmented reporting, transfer pricing, performance evaluation, and incentive systems. Spreadsheet applications are used to reinforce some course concepts. (CA, CMA, PMAC).
BBUS 2541 is required; MATH 1101 or an equivalent course providing exposure to linear programming and familiarity with Excel are recommended.
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to use your management accounting knowledge and skills to provide relevant and useful information to inform the decision-making processes within an organization. You will be able to:
Horngren, C. T., Datar, S. K., Foster, G., Rajan, M., Ittner, C., Gowing, M. P., & Janz, S. Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis. 6th Canadian Edition. Toronto, ON: Pearson Canada Inc., 2013.Type: Textbook. ISBN-10: 0-13-338940-5 / ISBN-13: 978-0-13-338940-1
Note: Students enrolling in this course will receive a custom version of the above textbook printed by the publisher. The ISBN number will differ from the one noted above.
You will need MS Office (2003 or higher) with Word, Excel.
A financial calculator is required. A Hewlett Packard 10bII, 10bII+, 12c, or Texas Instrument BAII Plus is recommended.
You can find detailed information about the hardware, software, and computer skills requirements for your course at http://www.tru.ca/distance/services/online_courses.html.
An Open Learning Faculty Member is available to assist students. Primary communication is through Blackboard's "Mail" tool or by phone. You will receive the necessary contact information when you start your course.
To successfully pass this course, you must achieve a passing grade of 50% or higher on the overall course and 50% or higher on the mandatory final exam. However, CGA and CICA will only recognize this course if you achieve an overall C+ (65% to 69%) or higher. The following table illustrates how your final grade will be determined:
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