What does it cost to become a CMA?

What does it cost to become a CMA?

The total cost to become a CMA is made up of two components:

  1. Exam Registration
  2. Exam Prep Materials

Below are the fees for the exams, the HOCK Materials prices, and the total cost, assuming you pass the exams on your first attempt. With our exclusive "You Pass or We Pay" Guarantee, HOCK will pay for your second attempt if you don't pass the first time.

Please note that the IMA membership and exam fees will increase on March 1, 2022 (see the details in the table below). CMA candidates may register now for all 2022 CMA exam windows at current rates.

 ProfessionalStudent*
Membership Fee$245 (after March 1st, $260)$39 (after March 1st, $45)
Entrance Fee$250 (after March 1st, $280)$188 (after March 1st, $210)
CMA Part 1 Fee$415 (after March 1st, $460)$311 (after March 1st, $345)
CMA Part 2 Fee$415 (after March 1st, $460)$311 (after March 1st, $345)
Total IMA Fees$1,325 (after March 1st, $1,460)$849 (after March 1st, $945)

* To qualify for Student membership, individuals must be enrolled in at least six (6) undergraduate or graduate credit hours, or the equivalent, per semester.

 Standard PriceStudent Price
With 40% SaleWith 45% Discount
CMA Review Standard$419$384
CMA Review Complete$989$907

Prices shown are for purchasing both Parts together. Purchasing each Part individually will increase the cost.

 ProfessionalStudent
Total with CMA Review Standard$1,744$1,233
Total with CMA Review Complete$2,314$1,756

Prices shown are for purchasing both Parts together. Purchasing each Part individually will increase the cost.

Having to take an Exam more than once will increase the total cost of certification.

Bonus Savings! All HOCK CMA students get a 25% discount on IMA membership and the CMA entrance fee.

The exclusive discount code will be provided by email after purchasing HOCK CMA materials.