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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

Is the AIPA, MIPA or FIPA Qualifications of the IPA (Australia) recognised as an accounting degree equivalent qualification by ICMA?

As a member of the Institute of Public Accountants, Australia, you may have an accounting degree. If so, your accounting degree alone fulfills the minimum entry requirements* to undertake the CMA program. If however, you have obtained your PNA under a “grandfather” clause without an accounting degree, then you would need to undertake the 4 [...]

Is the AIPA, MIPA or FIPA Qualifications of the IPA (Australia) recognised as an accounting degree equivalent qualification by ICMA?2021-08-09T17:41:25+10:00

Is there a membership category for those who don’t have an accredited degree or approved professional qualification, but still interested in managerial accounting?

Due to overwhelming interest in managerial accounting in recent times, there are many individuals who may not have formal qualifications in managerial accounting, but either practice as such, or wish to have an interest in the field. As such, the Institute has a new membership category for such individuals, Management Accounting Affiliate with the use [...]

Is there a membership category for those who don’t have an accredited degree or approved professional qualification, but still interested in managerial accounting?2021-01-25T16:00:44+11:00

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

How do I qualify to become a CMA?

Those with an "Accounting" background (such as an accounting degree, CA, CPA) or an MBA need to do 2 specialist electives to get the CMA certification as follows: Strategic Cost Management Strategic Business Analysis

How do I qualify to become a CMA?2021-01-25T15:14:22+11:00
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