Today's business marketplace and increasingly rigorous financial reporting standards and regulations require finance and accounting professionals to be experts in cutting edge practices. Demonstrate capability as a Certified Management Accountant (CMA). The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Certified Management Accountant program prepares participants for the certification exam by focusing on the relevant body of knowledge including topic areas covering financial planning, performance and control as well as financial decision making. The program consists of two courses corresponding to the two parts of the CMA national certification exam.
ORGU 0042: Part 1 - Financial Planning, Performance and Control
Part 1 in a two-course series to prepare candidates for the two-part Certified Management Accountant examination. This course focuses on planning, budgeting and forecasting, performance measurement, cost management, internal controls, and professional ethics. 3.5 CEUs.
ORGU 0043: Part 2 - Financial Decision Making
Part 2 in a two-course series to prepare candidates for the two-part Certified Management Accountant examination. This course focuses on financial statement analysis, corporate finance, risk management and decision analysis, investment decisions and professional ethics. 4.2 CEUs.
Currently, this program is only available as a corporate training option. Groups of 15 or more employees receive a 15% discount off of standard tuition. Please fill out the Request Info form on the right for more information.