CMA is a leading management accounting qualification and is rapidly growing in recognition throughout the Middle East Region. Many organizations today wish to employ personnel with management accounting skills to meet the challenges of volatile business environments. The CMA qualification is a career-enhancing credential valued and sought by employers, since it is aligned with the critical knowledge and skills required for accountants and financial professionals.
The CMA course consists of two parts:
- Part I which includes financial planning, performance and control, and
- Part II which includes financial decision making
To be eligible for this course, the interested CMA candidates must hold a bachelors degree in any discipline from an accredited college or university. Candidates must also meet the following criterions to become a CMA member:
- Be a member of the institute of Management Accountants (IMA)
- Pass both parts of the CMA examination (within 3 years from the date of registration)
- Satisfy the CMA entry and experience requirements
- Comply with IMA standards of ethical conduct.
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