Frequently Asked Questions

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Membership in IMA®. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university or an equivalent degree as determined by an independent evaluation agency. Two continuous years of professional experience in management accounting or financial management. Entrance into the CMA program. Completion of Part 1 and Part 2 of the CMA exam.

Exams are offered according to the following schedule:
January and February.
May and June.
September and October.

All CMA candidates have three years to pass Part 1 and Part 2 of the exam. The time period will begin with the date of your entry into the CMA program. If you do not complete the two-part exam within three years, credit for the part passed will expire and you will have to retake the exam.

From the smallest start-up to the largest government agency, every business or organization requires the skills of a CPA. The CPA credential is highly regarded. To a potential employer it means high ethical standards as well as measurable experience, education, and skills. CPAs work mainly in public accounting, business and industry (corporate accounting), government, not-for-profit, and education.

To keep pace with new developments in business and technology, a majority of states require 150 credit hours of education at an accredited college or university as a prerequisite to CPA certification.
Here's a question about education that comes up again and again: "Do I need my Master's degree?" The short answer to that question is "no." However, many of the 150 credit hour programs lead to a graduate degree, such as an MBA (Master of Business Administration), MACC (Master of Accountancy) or MST (Master of Science in Taxation), which CPAs have found to be helpful in creating the kinds of career opportunities and salaries they seek.

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​The Internal Audit Practitioner program is not a certification program. The program is intended to recognize candidates who successfully complete the CIA Part One exam and are approved for the program.

​No, individuals that earn the Internal Audit Practitioner designation will not receive a paper certificate. Instead, you will receive a digital badge that represents your achievement. Candidates will be able to display their recognition through social badging. Social badging allows holders of IIA qualifications to digitally display their credentials on social and professional networking sites at no cost to the candidate. For more information on Social Badging