CMA (Certified Management Accountant) certification is a professional credential that can be earned in the advanced management accounting and financial management fields. The certification signifies that the person possesses knowledge in the areas of financial planning, analysis, control, decision support, and professional ethics, the skills most in demand on finance teams around the world.
About CMA Foundation
Certified Management Accountant (CMA) is an accounting or finance specialist. CMAs work in the areas of financial planning, analysis, and management decision-making. Many accountants, auditors and financial analysts earn the CMA designation to advance in their careers. The CMA credential has specific education and work experience requirements. You must also earn a passing score on the CMA certification exam.
- Gold-Standard in Management Accounting
- Arguably the Most Global Management Accounting Certification
- CMAs Get Paid More
- For Many, CMA Skills are More Practical
- IMA Makes it Easy for Us
- Duration: 180 minutes
- No. of questions: 100
- Maximum marks: 100, Passing marks: 50 (50%); There is no negative marking in this module.
- Certificate validity: For successful candidates, certificates are valid for 5 years from the test date.
Total Fees : Rs.4000/- (Rupees Four Thousand Only).
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Course Syllabus :
1 – Fundamentals of Economics & Management
Section A : Fundamentals of Economics
- Basic concepts of Economics
- Forms of Market
- National Income
Section B: Fundamentals of Management
- Evolution of Management Thought
- Management Process
(a) Introduction, Planning, Organizing, staffing, leading,
control, communication, co-ordination
(b) Concept of Power
(c) Leadership & Motivation
- Group Dynamics & Organizational Conflicts
(a) Group Dynamics
(b) Management of Organizational Conflicts
- Decision-making – types and process
2 – Fundamentals of Accounting
Section A : Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
- Accounting Process
- Reconciliation Statement
- Accounting for Depreciation
- Preparation of Final Accounts
- Accounting for Special Transactions
Section B: Fundamentals of Cost & Management Accounting
- 6. Fundamentals of Cost Accounting
7. Fundamentals of Management Accounting – basic knowledge
3 – Fundamentals of Laws and Ethics
Section A : Fundamentals of Commercial and Industrial Laws
- Laws of Contracts
- Laws relating to Sale of Goods
- Indian Partnership Act,1932
- The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act,1986
Section B: Fundamentals of Ethics
- Ethics and Business
4 – Fundamentals of Business Mathematics & Statistics
Section A: Fundamentals of Business Mathematics
Section B: Fundamentals of Business Statistics
- Statistical representation of Data
- Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion
- Correlation and Regression
- Index Numbers
- Time Series Analysis- basic applications including Moving Average
- Theoretical Distribution