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  • CMA Program
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  • Certified Management Accountant (CMA)

    (CMA) is one of the most important designations in the business world. It provides an objective measure of an individual’s knowledge and competence in the field of management accounting and finance; it adds value to its holder to be competitive in the market. This designation is sponsored and developed by The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). The CMA program has been designed to meet the evolving needs of the business – today and tomorrow. It looks forward to helping you to achieve excellence as a professional. Certification will confirm your proficiency in your chosen field and your dedication to personal and professional growth.



    The value of the CMA


    The CMA equips you with in-depth mastery of financial & business skills that put you in demand with employers in different place in Palestine and beyond. The CMA:


    • Delivers critical skills that businesses need.
    • Improves on professional competencies.
    • Face challenges of identifying top talent.
    • Bridges the gap between academic fields and market place.
    • Make you different from your colleagues.


    • What do you learn?

    • financial data for strategic decision-making.
    • Plan, budget, and forecast for short and long-term.
    • Manage company performance in detail.
    • Compute and track a cost of company`s products.
    • Understand and apply the corporate governance and internal control principles.
    • Manage working capital & analyze financing alternatives.
    • Evaluate capital investments and value acquisitions.
    • Identify, manage and minimize risks that face any business.
    Outline:

    Part 1:

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


    Part 2:

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