What is CMA?

The Ultimate Guide to Become CMA for Students in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

What is CMA? is a very valid question which might come in your mind. Potential CMA students ask us variety of question as being approved CMA training institute. Our experts have complied list of questions and answers mostly asked by students in UAE. Please email: cma@cmaexamtraining.com or call 0556794618 if you need more information:
What is CMA Certification?
Certified Management Accountant (CMA) is US certification awarded by Institute of Management Accountant (IMA).
What is full form of CMA?

Full form of CMA is Certified Management Accountant which US certification offered by Institute of Management Accountant – IMA.

What are eligibility requirements to do CMA in UAE?
Following are the requirements to do CMA in UAE:

  • Membership of  IMA (Institute of Management Accountants).
  • Graduation / bachelor degree from accredited college/university or a related professional certification.
  • Two continuous years of professional experience in management accounting or financial management.
  • Passing CMA Part 1 and CMA Part 2 exam.
What are the exam contents of CMA Part 1 and CMA Part 2?
Two exams are required to passed to become CMA.

CMA Part 1 Financial Reporting, Planning, Performance, and Control

15% External Financial Reporting Decisions
30% Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting
20% Performance Management
20% Cost Management
15% Internal Controls

CMA Part 2 Financial Decision Making

25% Financial Statement Analysis
20% Corporate Finance
20% Decision Analysis
10% Risk Management
15% Investment Decisions
10% Professional Ethics

What are the exam contents of CMA Part 1 and CMA Part 2?
Two exams are required to passed to become CMA.

CMA Part 1 Financial Reporting, Planning, Performance, and Control

15% External Financial Reporting Decisions
30% Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting
20% Performance Management
20% Cost Management
15% Internal Controls

CMA Part 2 Financial Decision Making

25% Financial Statement Analysis
20% Corporate Finance
20% Decision Analysis
10% Risk Management
15% Investment Decisions
10% Professional Ethics