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CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) is the advanced professional certification specifically designed to measure the advanced accounting and financial management skills used in business today. Professionals who have earned IMA's CMA designation are relied upon by businesses around the world not only for accounting, financial, and information management, but for the kind of strategic planning necessary to successfully position an organization in the changing world of global business. By earning the CMA credential, you will demonstrate both technical and strategic competencies, grounded in a firm commitment to upholding professional ethics standards.
We offer a comprehensive exam preparation program that includes all materials and online practice tests. While the primary focus of this course is to prepare individuals for the CMA exam, the course is also an excellent professional development tool for helping individuals advance their career in accounting, finance or business management.
Our CMA Review Program consists of two courses designed to prepare you for the two respective exam parts. The prep courses are developed around the revised CMA curriculum standards for success in today's dynamic management accounting and finance profession.
CMA Part 1 and Part 2 review courses are only offered in the Fall Term.
CMA Part 1 Review: Financial Reporting, Planning, Performance and Control (36 hours - 12 sessions)
CMA Part 2 Review: Financial Decision Making (30 hours - 10 sessions)
Please note that candidates for the CMA exam may sit for Parts 1 and 2 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 exams within three years. Course topics reflect the general content tested by the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) examinations.
The UCF Test Prep CMA Review Program is approved and endorsed by IMA.
There are no formal requirements to take our CMA review course, however candidates should have foundational knowledge in economics, basic statistics, and financial accounting. This review program is designed for:
Finance and Accounting professionals looking to enhance their career opportunities.
Accounting staff members preparing financial reports for non-management groups such as shareholders, creditors, regulatory agencies, and tax authorities.
CMA Exam Requirements
To use the CMA designation, candidates must have the following:
Become a member of the IMA (Institute of Management Accountants) http://www.imanet.org
On-site Review Courses
Looking to offer a review program on-site? "Bringing UCF to You" with convenient, discounted on-site review courses provided in various, flexible course format options. Whether you would like to offer your own private course or be able to provide a special discount to your students, UCF Test Prep is here to assist you in making your students successful. We bring the most comprehensive and affordable training to your location for your students. For more details on this training option, please contact Kim Malac at email@example.com or 407-882-0251.
Students will have access to this material until they pass(TM)
David's career includes financial executive roles with Hilton Grand Vacations Company, Marriott Vacations Worldwide and as Vice President for Starwood Vacation Ownership. Prior to his career in hospitality, David served as Assistant Vice President of one of Florida's largest community development, marketing and sales companies where his experience included retail and sales, commercial land sales and residential development, marketing and sales.
During the years, David, has had the opportunity to teach Managerial Accounting as an adjunct professor at Valencia College and to teach sections of the CMA exam through the Mid Florida Chapter's review program. David has also served as a part-time Adjunct Instructor at the Rosen College of Hospitality Management teaching courses in Vacation Ownership development and resort management.
David earned a Master's of Business Administration from Florida International University and a Bachelor's of Business Administration in Accounting and Economics from the University of Central Florida.
David is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and has been a member of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) since 1976 and has served at the National,Regional and Chapter levels. David is also a member of the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals, earned the Certified Hospitality Accountant Executive (CHAE) Of the Year award for2000 - 2001 for having the highest score on the exam of all passing candidates of that year and has served on the Board of the HFTP Mid-Florida Chapter.
During Mr. Ray's tenure John Knox Village has successfully repositioned a 110 acre entire campus aesthetically and retired over $40million in debt service seven years in advance of maturity. At the helm of Majestic Oaks Continuing Care Complex earned the second of three consecutive Gold Seal Awards from the Agency of Health Care Administration (AHCA) for Majestic Oaks, and received consecutive deficiency free surveys from AHCA in2010 and 2011.
Mr. Ray also spent time as a Senior Associate with the Senior Living Practice of Dixon Hughes PLLC performing operational assessments for clients pursuing operational efficiencies, developing complex financial models, and assisting staff with marketing and feasibility studies for clients pursuing development opportunities.
AWARDS AND CERTIFICATIONS: Mr. Ray earned the designation as a Certified Public Accountant from the State of Florida in 2008. Mr. Ray also earned his license from the State of Florida as a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in 2010.
Mr. Ray earned certifications from the Institute of Management Accountants as a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) in 2002 and Certification in Financial Management (CFM) in 2003.
COMMUNITY AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE: Mr. Ray is currently the President of the Volusia county chapter of the Florida Institute of Public Accountants and has previously served as the treasurer and secretary of the chapter.
Mr. Ray is a member of the American Institute of Public Accountants, Florida Institute of Public Accountants Elder Services Committee,Institute of Management Accountants, and the Medical Group Management Association.
TEACHING: Mr. Ray is has served as an Adjunct Professor with Columbia College at the Orlando campus teaching courses in Financial and Managerial Accounting and Financial Management.
MILITARY SERVICE: Mr. Ray served in the United States Navy as an enlisted officer from 1989 - 1994 and served proudly in defense of Kuwait in Operation Desert Storm in 1991.
PERSONAL: Mr. Ray is a native of Iowa and has a two year old son.
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University of Central Florida
Division of Continuing Education
3280 Progress Dr. Suite 700
Orlando, FL 32826
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer Tutoring?
Yes, Tutors are available to prepare students for the GRE, GMAT, ACT, and SAT tests. Please visit our tutoring page for more information. Test Prep Tutoring
Do you have payment plans?
Full payment is due before the class begins. If you decide to set up a payment plan, you must fill out a Deferred Payment Plan Form. Contact our office for more information and for approval.
Why is your test preparation class so much cheaper than other test preparation classes I have found?
Our goal is to offer a quality service at an affordable price and ultimately assist potential undergraduate, graduate, and professional level students with enrollment into a degree program.
Can I register for my exam with you?
We do not manage any of the actual exams. Students need to go to the selected exam's website to sign up for a test date. The links below will provide students with the most up to date details on the actual exam, testing site locations, dates, and exam fee.
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Is the test included in the class?
Students will be given practice tests, quizzes, testing strategies, and homework assignments to prepare them for the exam. We do not administer the actual exam. The test must be arranged separately with a testing facility.
Do you offer a free practice exam?
We provide free practice exam links on each of our test preparation review pages. UCF Test Prep is not affiliated with these sites. These are references from the official testing organizations that administer each exam. We feel each will be beneficial in providing core concepts to students.
On our main website, www.testprep.ucf.edu under the "Resources Tab," we have helpful tutorials to familiarize you with core mathematical concepts. These exercises are designed to explain concepts that you may have not seen for some time. There is an answer key to use with each exercise so you can check your answers.
I tried to register and make payment but the page timed out and I can't log back in. What do I do?
If you are having trouble making payment or logging in, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-882-8378 to complete payment.
What do I do if I am going to miss a class session?
Please contact us if you know in advance that you will be missing a class or if you have already missed a class after the course has started. We will notify the instructor and will work with the student based on the conditions of the absence.
Test Preparation Transfer and Refund Policy
All refund requests will be required to follow the Division of Continuing Education refund policy.
UCF Test Prep Administration will approve all transfer requests, and notify the student of the decision and any pertinent information. Instructors do not have the authority to make decisions on this policy. Notification to instructors does not constitute transfer from the class. The required UCF Test Prep Transfer Request Form must be completed and submitted for review.
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1. Complete the transfer form: You, the student, must notify the Division of Continuing Education that you wish to transfer from the registered course. Download the transfer form from the UCF Test Prep website. This first step in the process is the most essential. We will consider your transfer request active on the day and time that we physically receive the signed form. Any transfer forms received outside of our regular business hours of Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM will be considered "received" on our next regular business day.
2. Payment: There is a payment required for transferring to another course. A percentage of your registration fee is applied as a credit to the new transfer course. The credit is determined based on how much of the course is remaining, and not on how many classes that you have attended or missed.
We determine the remaining time for the course from the point in time we receive the transfer form, not from the time it is dated and signed. Only class times that meet after we receive the transfer form will count as remaining course time.
The credit is applied to the current registration fee of the course being transferred to, and any remaining balance will need to be paid by the student. There is also an additional transfer fee of $50.00 (fifty dollars) that is added to your registration fee. The $50.00 transfer fee is required to be paid regardless of how much the credit is.
Transfers for LSAT, CMA and MCAT/PCAT/OAT/DAT will be handled on a case-by-case basis, please contact our office at 407.882.TEST (8378).
No portion of your registration fee can be applied to another DCE program or transferred to another person.
UCF Test Prep will not refund textbook purchases, nor will we supply the textbook for the transfer course.
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