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Will I get University Credit for the subjects I do with ICMA in an MBA Program?

Most Australian and overseas MBA programs do the following two subjects as part of their core : Accounting [i.e. Financial Modelling (Accounting with Excel modelling)] Corporate Finance [i.e. Financial Management] In most circumstances only two further electives are required for a non-accounting degree holder to complete the CMA program subjects. Thus a non-accountant can get [...]

Will I get University Credit for the subjects I do with ICMA in an MBA Program?2021-01-25T16:08:11+11:00

If I have an Australian TAFE Advanced Diploma, can I still become a CMA?

Those holders of Australian TAFE Advanced Diplomas in Accounting need to do the GMA conversion subjects, before they do the above two, i.e.: GMA Stage 4 : Financial Modelling (Accounting with Excel modelling) Financial Management Management Accounting Financial Statement Analysis Completion of these four subjects will give you Graduate Management Accountant (GMA) status, and if [...]

If I have an Australian TAFE Advanced Diploma, can I still become a CMA?2021-01-25T16:07:32+11:00

If I am a part qualified accountant, can I still become a CMA?

Those who are part qualified students of recognised professional bodies (such as those only needing to do the final stage of CIMA or ACCA) need to do four prerequisite (conversion) subjects, before they do the above two, i.e.: Financial Modelling (Accounting with Excel modelling) Financial Management Management Accounting Financial Statement Analysis Information about undertaking the [...]

If I am a part qualified accountant, can I still become a CMA?2021-01-25T16:06:59+11:00

If I have an MBA (but don’t have an accounting degree), can I still become a CMA?

Most MBAs have to undertake “financial and management accounting” and “corporate finance” subjects as part of their core subjects in the MBA. As such, most MBA graduates will be eligible to undertake the two CMA program subjects in order to obtain their CMA qualification. These subjects are: Strategic Cost Management Strategic Business Analysis Those with very [...]

If I have an MBA (but don’t have an accounting degree), can I still become a CMA?2021-01-25T16:06:33+11:00

If I don’t have an accounting degree, can I still become a CMA?

Those with degrees in fields other than accounting need to do four prerequisite (conversion) subjects, before they do the above two, i.e.: Financial Modelling (Accounting with Excel modelling) Financial Management Management Accounting Financial Statement Analysis Completion of these four subjects will give you Graduate Management Accountant (GMA) status, and if you have three years relevant [...]

If I don’t have an accounting degree, can I still become a CMA?2021-01-25T16:05:54+11:00

Can I do the CMA program by Online or Distance Education?

The following providers run the CMA subjects via the internet. Wharton Institute of Technology and Science (The Global Business School) Calwest University Central Queensland University Deakin University

Can I do the CMA program by Online or Distance Education?2021-01-25T16:04:27+11:00

Where do the Courses run?

Courses run in Universities (as university subjects in Masters degree programs) and via ICMA accredited Recognised Provider Institutions. Courses have run in Australia, Singapore, HK, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, India, Dubai, Hong Kong, The Philippines, Lebanon, China, Bangladesh, Cambodia, New Zealand, Nepal, Vietnam, Cyprus and Sri Lanka. Details are posted on CMA Events page.

Where do the Courses run?2021-01-25T16:02:51+11:00

Do I have to sit exams to become a CMA?

Membership of ICMA is awarded based on multiple criteria at the sole discretion of the membership committee of ICMA. For more details please see link. Certified Management Accountant (CMA) grade membership is usually awarded after candidates follow the 2-subject ‘CMA certification program’ with a required attendance record, and successfully complete all examinations and other assessments [...]

Do I have to sit exams to become a CMA?2021-08-23T22:24:26+10:00

What do you mean by “recognised” accounting qualification?

A recognised accounting qualification is either: An undergraduate degree with an accounting specialisation (at least 25% of the degree must be accounting and finance subjects) from an “accredited” university, or An postgraduate degree (e.g. MCom, MBA) with an accounting specialisation (at least 25% of the degree must be accounting and finance subjects) from an “accredited” [...]

What do you mean by “recognised” accounting qualification?2021-01-25T16:11:00+11:00
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