The Certified Management Accountant (CMA) qualification is designed to measure the most critical expertise of accounting and finance professionals working in businesses. The certification covers the following subject areas:
- Financial Planning and Analysis
- Financial Management
- Internal Controls
- Risk Management
- Cost Management
- Performance Management
- Decision Analysis
- Professional Ethics
I have completed MBA in Accounting and CIMA. Currently interested in attending the CMA program. Am I eligible for any exemptions?
(Question asked by Fares Iqbal on March 26, 2018)
Dear Mr Fares, Firstly accept heartiest congratulations on getting CIMA. Unfortunately CMA program does not offer exemptions on the basis of your certifications.+ more answers
What are the prerequisite to take CMA?
(Question asked by Chrislean Taruc on May 03, 2018)
Dear Christean, We appreciate your keen interest in CMA(USA) which is highly recognized global certification. Pre-requisite for this certifications are; (a) Must have a bachelors degree in Accounting/Finance (b) Minimum of 2 years of experience in the related field (Accounting/Finance/Banking/Auditing etc) For further assistance, please visit our website/office+ more answers
I have a bachelor in Common Law and wish to continue with CMA, is that possible?
(Question asked by Eddy on September 22, 2018)
Certified Management Accountant (CMA) is a professional certification credential in the management accounting and financial management fields. Pre-requisites are
Bachelor's degree or professional accounting certification required 2 years of work experience required Successful completion of parts 1 and 2 of the exam.+ more answers
I have completed CMA part 1 and 2. If I am willing to appear for ACCA, do I get any paper exempted? Please assist
(Question asked by Vibin on February 11, 2019)
Dear Vibin, Based on CMA(USA), you will get three papers exemption. For further information, please contact us. Regards.+ more answers