The 3 professional accounting designations are:
Chartered accountant (CA)
Certified general accountant (CGA)
Certified management accountant (CMA)
They provide CGAs and students with the technical abilities and skills they need to succeed in today’s ever-changing global economy.
The freedom to obtain experience in a variety of accounting and financial-management positions is a major advantage of CGA Ontario’s program of professional studies.
Financial Accounting Fundamentals (FA1)
Financial Accounting: Assets (FA2)
Financial Accounting: Liabilities & Equities (FA3)
Financial Accounting: Consolidations & Advanced Issues (FA4) Advanced Personal & Corporate Taxation (TX2)
4 Courses are required in total
The CMA training gives the skills to become a business leader. It also makes the decisions that make business work.
CMA is a professional accounting designation. A Certified Management Accountant is a business professional with skills in accounting, strategy and management. A CMA uses these skills to analyze business, develop strategy, and manage the best course of action.
-Be a business leader
-Be in the action
-Be in demand
-Finish taking high school math and english courses
-Attend one of the universities that provide required courses for CMA -Complete an entrance exam
-Gain work experience
-Join a strategic leadership program
-Become a CMA
-CMAs putting their strategic accounting no matter what happens to the management -CMAs achieve positions where they make things happen
-CMAs support one another to find the right person for the right position c)
A CMA works directly for a company, recording and reporting transactions for internal review by business owners and managers.
Financial Analyst: They are in charge of general analysis of finance reports obtained from various departments such as sales, marketing, purchase, production, communication, etc. They do their work by preparing reports on their research and making important suggestions on investments for companies as well as individuals. It’s also in their best interest to keep a tab on the latest trends and techniques in the field of financial analysis. iii)
Bachelor of Accounting (Co-op available)*
Bachelor of Business Administration(Co-op available)
University of Guelph
Bachelor of Commerce
- Management Economics and Finance (Co-op available)
Bachelor of Commerce* (Co-op available)
Redeemer University College
Business (Accounting Stream)
University of Waterloo
Bachelor of Accounting and Financial Management (BAFM)* (Management Accounting Stream) (Co-op) Honours Mathematics/Chartered Accountancy (Co-op)
The University of Western Ontario
Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies (BMOS)*
HBA, Ivey School of Business*
There are “Twenty two thousands” in Ontario and “Forty seven thousands” nationally. v)
CMAs make over $100,000 a year on average.
|Name of CA |Company this CA represents |2-3 bullet points about how the CA | | | |designation (or accounting in general) is | | | |part of his/her job | |Eric Sprott |Charimen spott inc. |-Investment | | | |-Runs Assets | | | |-Predicting Crashes | |Ian Clarke,FCA |Business development, Maple Leaf Sports |-Tax Work | |...
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