1.1 The balance sheet - horizontal, vertical, base-year
1.2 The income statement - horizontal, vertical, base-year
1.3 Trend and ratio analysis
1.4 Relevant and irrelevant items
2. Financial Statements
2.1 Cost of goods sold
2.2 Allocation indirect costs
3. Statement of cash flows
3.1 Operating activities
3.2 Investing activities
3.3 Financing activities
3.4 Noncash investing and finaning activities
4. Internal control
4.3 Basic requirements for various functions
4.4 Small operations
5. Basic cost concepts
5.1 Context and nature
5.2 Various types of costs
5.3 Determination of mixed cost components
5.4 Costs for decision making purposes (relevant costs)
5.5 Avoidable and unaviodable costs
5.6 High-low method
6. Cost-volume-profit analysis
6.1 Assumptions, limitations, relationships, fixed and variable costs
6.2 Single product
6.3 Multiple products
7. Cost approaches to pricing
7.1 Price elasticity of demand, yield manangement, market segment room rate
7.2 Informal pricing approaches
7.3 Cost approaches
7.4 Equivalent room occupancy
7.5 Bottom-up and Hubbart approaches
8.1 Forecasting methods
8.2 Flexible budgets, variances
8.3 Cash management and budgeting
8.4 Capital budgeting - accounting rate of return, payback, net present value
Lectures, demonstrations of material, and discussions will be used, together with any appropriate technology available which may be of assistance to students.
Assessment will be in accordance with the Douglas College Evaluation Policy.
|Assignments/Quizzes||0% - 25%|
|Midterm examination||25% - 35%|
|Tests or second midterm examination||25% - 35%|
|Final examination||25% - 35%|
STUDENTS MUST WRITE THE MIDTERM(S) AND THE FINAL EXAMINATIONS TO OBTAIN CREDIT FOR THE COURSE. Only approved calculators can be used during any test/examination.
Students may conduct research as part of their coursework in this class. Instructors for the course are responsible for ensuring that student research projects comply with College policies on ethical conduct for research involving humans, which can require obtaining Informed Consent from participants and getting the approval of the Douglas College Research Ethics Board prior to conducting the research.
Upon completion of this course, the successful student will be able to:
- analyze financial and operating results for hospitality businesses;
- calculate and prepare a cost of good sold schedule;
- prepare a statement of cash flows;
- describe and recommend internal control procedures appropriate to the various operating activities and concerns within the industry;
- describe and identify various types of costs;
- demonstrate the use of cost-volume-profit techniques to assist in making decisions;
- apply various cost and pricing concepts to assist with establishing pricing and;
- prepare operating and cash budgets and know how to use them for control purposes, calculate the accounting rate of return, payback and net present value for a project.
Textbooks and Materials to be Purchased by Students
- Martin G. Jagels, Hospitality Managerial Accounting, Latest Ed., Wiley, or similar material as determined by instructor, or other textbook(s) approved by the Department.
- Calculator: Department approved calculators.
Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.
|Institution||Transfer Details||Effective Dates|
|Camosun College (CAMO)||CAMO ACCT 207 (3)||2013/01/01 to -|
|Capilano University (CAPU)||CAPU TOUR 216 (3)||2014/01/01 to -|
|Capilano University (CAPU)||CAPU TOUR 125 (3)||2012/01/01 to 2013/12/31|
|Langara College (LANG)||LANG FMGT 2XXX (3)||2011/09/01 to -|