The CMA (Certified Management Accountant) is the advanced professional certification specifically designed to measure the accounting and financial management skills that drive business performance.
Achieving the CMA credential demonstrates your mastery of financial planning, analysis, control, and decision support, as well as professional ethics.
According to the 2011 IMA Annual Salary Survey,
CMA's on average earn nearly $22,000 higher annual compensation.
The exam is structured into two parts:
The exam parts can be taken in any order. Only one exam can be taken at a time. Candidates must register to take one exam part within the first 12 months of entering the program and must complete both exam parts within three years.
For more information about this critical
Ashland University will be
offering a course covering the content of Part I of the CMA exam
in the fall beginning on Thursday, September 4. Students in the
MBA program can earn 3 credit hours. The will also be an option
for continuing education. Participants who cannot come to campus
will have the opportunity to dial in live via Webex. Price and
registration details are to be determined. Call the MBA office
at Ashland at 1-800-MBA-CLAS.