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Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Videos

All HOCK CMA materials are updated for the new accounting standards that will be tested on the CMA exams beginning in January 2019.

Create an account for a free trial with access to the full textbook, questions, and videos for CMA Part 1 Section A!

The HOCK CMA Videos provide a full classroom experience over the Internet and:

  • Are taught by Brian Hock, one of the most knowledgeable and experienced CMA teachers in the world with over fifteen years of teaching experience.
  • Provide the same coverage as a live-taught course, covering all of the main topics on the exam syllabus with 53 hours of videos for both Parts.
  • Use a multimedia learning platform that is engaging like a live-taught lecture, but with the ability to watch each lecture as many times as you want.
  • Give insights into difficult concepts and solve calculation-based examples.

While we recommend the CMA Textbooks and Practice Questions to go with the Videos, the videos make an excellent supplement to any CMA study materials.

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The CMA Videos also include downloadable audio mp3 versions of the videos.

Course Name: CMA Videos: Certified Management Accountant Training and Study Videos Course Description: Exam Prep Videos for The CMA (Certified Management Accounting) exam. Organization Name: HOCK international Organization Url: Organization

Full List of Videos for each Exam Part – 53 Hours Total

Part 1 Video List (25 hours)

Section A – The Balance Sheet – 15 Minutes
Section A – The Income Statement – 17 Minutes
Section A – The Statement of Cash Flows – 4 Minutes
Section A – Statement of Comprehensive Income – 10 Minutes
Section A – Statement of Changes to Owners’ Equity – 1 Minute
Section A – Introduction to SCF – 14 Minutes
Section A – SCF Preparation Overview – 12 Minutes
Section A – SCF Indirect Method – 13 Minutes
Section A – SCF Investing and Financing Activities – 4 Minutes
Section A – Limitations of Financial Statements – 4 Minutes
Section A – Cash – 6 Minutes
Section A – Valuing Accounts Receivable – 23 Minutes
Section A – Factoring Receivables – 6 Minutes
Section A – Recording Inventory – 12 Minutes
Section A – Inventory Formulas – 4 Minutes
Section A – Inventory Tracking Methods – 18 Minutes
Section A – Inventory Count – 2 Minutes
Section A – Inventory Errors – 2 Minutes
Section A – Lower of Cost or Market – 9 Minutes
Section A – Debt Investments – 18 Minutes
Section A – Equity Investments without Significant Influence – 9 Minutes
Section A – Equity Investments with Significant Influence – 10 Minutes
Section A – Equity Investments with Control – 4 Minutes
Section A – Recording Fixed Assets – 3 Minutes
Section A – Depreciation – 18 Minutes
Section A – Impairment of Fixed Assets – 5 Minutes
Section A – Disposal of Fixed Assets – 4 Minutes
Section A – Recording Intangibles – 13 Minutes
Section A – Impairment of Intangibles – 9 Minutes
Section A – Reclassification of Short-Term Liabilities – 3 Minutes
Section A – Warranties – 11 Minutes
Section A – Off-Balance Sheet Financing – 3 Minutes
Section A – Accounting for Income Taxes – 13 Minutes
Section A – Temporary Timing Differences – 26 Minutes
Section A – Permanent Timing Differences – 4 Minutes
Section A – Net Operating Losses – 4 Minutes
Section A – Leases – 12 Minutes
Section A – Common Stock – 21 Minutes
Section A – Preferred Stock – 14 Minutes
Section A – Classification of Shares – 4 Minutes
Section A – Treasury Stock – 3 Minutes
Section A – Intro to Revenue Recognition – 10 Minutes
Section A – Steps in Revenue Recognition Process – 8 Minutes
Section A – Right of Return and Consigned Goods – 6 Minutes
Section A – Point in Time Contracts – 15 Minutes
Section A – Over Time Contracts – 14 Minutes
Section A – US GAAP and IFRS Differences – 12 Minutes
Section A Review – 22 Minutes

Section B – Overview of Strategic Planning – 8 Minutes
Section B – Mission and Goals – 15 Minutes
Section B – Analyzing the External Environment – 8 Minutes
Section B – Analyzing the Internal Environment – 19 Minutes
Section B – Formulating Strategies – 15 Minutes
Section B – Developing and Implementing Strategies – 6 Minutes
Section B – Other Planning Tools – 9 Minutes
Section B – Planning to Budgeting – 21 Minutes
Section B – Budgeting Concepts – 15 Minutes
Section B – Budget Cycle and Budgets Produced – 7 Minutes
Section B – Preparing Budgets – 23 Minutes
Section B – Other Budgets and Budget Control Loop – 9 Minutes
Section B – Forecasting and Regression Analysis – 29 Minutes
Section B – Learning Curves – 23 Minutes
Section B – Top Level Planning – 28 Minutes
Section B Review – 31 Minutes

Section C – Basis for Variance Analysis – 8 Minutes
Section C – Introduction to Variance Analysis – 12 Minutes
Section C – Manufacturing Input Variances – 17 Minutes
Section C – Multiple Input Variances – 27 Minutes
Section C – Overhead Variances – 17 Minutes
Section C – Overhead Example – 17 Minutes
Section C – Sales Variance – 19 Minutes
Section C – Service Companies and Market Variances – 7 Minutes
Section C – Responsibility Centers – 16 Minutes
Section C – Contribution Income Statement – 10 Minutes
Section C – Transfer Pricing – 23 Minutes
Section C – Return on Investment and Residual Income – 14 Minutes
Section C – Multiple Performance Measures – 12 Minutes
Section C Review – 25 Minutes

Section D – Classification of Cost – 25 Minutes
Section D – Flow of Manufacturing Costs – 10 Minutes
Section D – Costing Systems – 16 Minutes
Section D – Overhead Allocation – 19 Minutes
Section D – Accounting for Overhead – 9 Minutes
Section D – Process Costing – 35 Minutes
Section D – Process Costing Example – 12 Minutes
Section D – Spoilage in Process Costing – 13 Minutes
Section D – Job-Order Operation and Life-Cycle Costing – 13 Minutes
Section D – Activity-Based Costing – 19 Minutes
Section D – Joint-Product Costing – 11 Minutes
Section D – Byproduct Costing – 7 Minutes
Section D – Variable and Absorption Costing – 17 Minutes
Section D – Single Shared Service Cost Allocation – 17 Minutes
Section D – Multiple Shared Services Cost Allocation – 10 Minutes
Section D – Multiple Shared Services Cost Allocation Example – 11 Minutes
Section D – Supply Chain and Lean Manufacturing – 20 Minutes
Section D – Just-In-Time Inventory and MRP – 18 Minutes
Section D – Theory of Constraints – 18 Minutes
Section D – Capacity Level and Decision Making – 8 Minutes
Section D – Value Chain Analysis – 10 Minutes
Section D – Process Analysis – 14 Minutes
Section D – Quality – 23 Minutes
Section D – Accounting Process Redesign – 15 Minutes
Section D Review – 31 Minutes

Section E – Governance Principles – 13 Minutes
Section E – Hierarchy of Corporate Governance – 19 Minutes
Section E – Introduction to Internal Controls – 11 Minutes
Section E – Components of Internal Control – 29 Minutes
Section E – Transaction and Safeguarding Controls – 10 Minutes
Section E – Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Sarbanes-Oxley – 21 Minutes
Section E – External Audit Opinions – 12 Minutes
Section E – Internal Auditing – 20 Minutes
Section E – Systems Controls – 13 Minutes
Section E – Computerized Audit Techniques – 11 Minutes
Section E – Internet Security – 13 Minutes
Section E Review – 33 Minutes

Part 2 Video List (28 hours)

Section A – Measures of Income – 5 Minutes
Section A – Comparative Financial Statement Analysis – 5 Minutes
Section A – Introduction to Ratio Analysis – 12 Minutes
Section A – Liquidity Ratios – 18 Minutes
Section A – Leverage Ratios – 31 Minutes
Section A – Activity Ratios – 15 Minutes
Section A – Market Ratios – 14 Minutes
Section A – Basic EPS – 19 Minutes
Section A – Diluted Earnings Per Share – 29 Minutes
Section A – Profitability Ratios – 9 Minutes
Section A – Profitability Analysis – 21 Minutes
Section A – Foreign Currency Transactions – 11 Minutes
Section A – Foreign Currency Financial Statements – 17 Minutes
Section A – Foreign Currency Impact on Ratios – 13 Minutes
Section A – Inflation – 16 Minutes
Section A – Off-Balance Sheet Financing – 7 Minutes
Section A – Accounting Changes – 20 Minutes
Section A – Book/Market Value and Accounting/Economic Profit – 16 Minutes
Section A – Earnings Quality – 16 Minutes
Section A Review – 27 Minutes

Section B – Risk and Return – 10 Minutes
Section B – Types of Risk – 14 Minutes
Section B – Capital Asset Pricing Model – 25 Minutes
Section B – Portfolio Risk and Return – 12 Minutes
Section B – Introduction to Long-Term Financing – 8 Minutes
Section B – Bonds – Debt Financing – 11 Minutes
Section B – Term Structure of Interest Rates – 8 Minutes
Section B – The Bond Instrument – 27 Minutes
Section B – Bond Duration – 12 Minutes
Section B – Equity Financing – 17 Minutes
Section B – Calculation of the Price of a Share – 28 Minutes
Section B – Stock Rights, Warrants, and ADRs – 20 Minutes
Section B – Introduction to Derivatives – 6 Minutes
Section B – Forward and Future Contracts – 14 Minutes
Section B – Interest Rate Swaps – 14 Minutes
Section B – Options – 19 Minutes
Section B – Option Terms – 7 Minutes
Section B – Hedging Strategies with Puts and Calls – 13 Minutes
Section B – Cost of Capital – 10 Minutes
Section B – Cost of Debt – 5 Minutes
Section B – Cost of Preferred Stock – 6 Minutes
Section B – Cost of Common Equity – 15 Minutes
Section B – Capital Structure and WACC – 5 Minutes
Section B – Capital Structure Decisions – 16 Minutes
Section B – Commercial Bank Loans – 7 Minutes
Section B – Lease Financing – 14 Minutes
Section B – Venture Capital – 5 Minutes
Section B – Equity Issuance – 18 Minutes
Section B – Bond Issuances – 15 Minutes
Section B – Financial Markets – 14 Minutes
Section B – Market Efficiency – 17 Minutes
Section B – Dividend Policy and Treasury Stock – 18 Minutes
Section B – Working Capital Management Introduction – 11 Minutes
Section B – Cash Management – 27 Minutes
Section B – Marketable Securities Management – 12 Minutes
Section B – Accounts Receivable Management – 8 Minutes
Section B – Inventory Management – 23 Minutes
Section B – Bank Loans – 16 Minutes
Section B – Factoring Receivables – 14 Minutes
Section B – Business Combinations – 17 Minutes
Section B – Takeovers and Defenses – 13 Minutes
Section B – Divestitures – 14 Minutes
Section B – Bankruptcy – 10 Minutes
Section B – Discounted Cash Flow Valuation – 22 Minutes
Section B – Multinational Corporations and Foreign Direct Investment – 19 Minutes
Section B – Foreign Exchange Rates – 17 Minutes
Section B – Determining Exchange Rates – 28 Minutes
Section B – Foreign Exchange Cross Rates – 8 Minutes
Section B – Managing Foreign Exchange Risk – 35 Minutes
Section B – Using Foreign Financing – 10 Minutes
Section B – Financing Foreign Transactions – 9 Minutes
Section B – Transfer Prices and Taxes – 5 Minutes
Section B Review Video 1 – 26 Minutes
Section B Review Video 2 – 28 Minutes

Section C – CVP Analysis – 16 Minutes
Section C – Profit Point Analysis – 14 Minutes
Section C – Multiple Product CVP Analysis – 15 Minutes
Section C – Risk and Uncertainty in CVP Analysis – 8 Minutes
Section C – Other Decisions – 10 Minutes
Section C – Decision Making – 18 Minutes
Section C – Make or Buy Decisions – 10 Minutes
Section C – Special Order Decisions – 13 Minutes
Section C – Sell or Process Further Decisions – 11 Minutes
Section C – Disinvestment Decisions – 6 Minutes
Section C – Demand and Supply – 16 Minutes
Section C – Pricing by Market Structure – 17 Minutes
Section C – Pricing Strategy – 7 Minutes
Section C – Product Pricing – 13 Minutes
Section C – New Product and Product Mix Pricing – 11 Minutes
Section C – Short Run and Long Run Pricing – 11 Minutes
Section C – Product Life Cycle Pricing – 16 Minutes
Section C – Other Pricing Considerations – 8 Minutes
Section C Review – 29 Minutes

Section D – Types of Risk – 15 Minutes
Section D – Risk Management Process – 30 Minutes
Section D – Enterprise Risk Management – 18 Minutes
Section D – Event Identification and Risk in Banks – 15 Minutes
Section D Review – 17 Minutes

Section E – Relevant Cash Flows – 30 Minutes
Section E – Payback and Discounted Payback Methods – 10 Minutes
Section E – Net Present Value Method – 24 Minutes
Section E – Internal Rate of Return – 13 Minutes
Section E – Accounting Rate of Return Method – 5 Minutes
Section E – Inflation in Capital Budgeting – 12 Minutes
Section E – Unconventional Projects in Capital Budgeting – 3 Minutes
Section E – Risk in Capital Budgeting – 16 Minutes
Section E – Real Options in Capital Budgeting – 9 Minutes
Section E Review – 21 Minutes

Section F – Personal Professional Ethics – 23 Minutes
Section F – Ethical Considerations for the Organization – 21 Minutes
Section F – SMA – Values and Ethics – 29 Minutes
Section F Review – 19 Minutes

Course Name: CMA Videos: Certified Management Accountant Training and Study Videos Course Description: Exam Prep Videos for The CMA (Certified Management Accounting) exam. Organization Name: HOCK international Organization Url: Organization

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Yes, you can print the PDF textbooks; you can print only a few pages or you can print the entire book – it’s up to you.

All other PDFs (e.g. study plans, practice essays, etc.) offered by HOCK can also be printed.

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HOCK does not have a dedicated Mobile App; we make the materials accessible on all types of computers, tablets, and Smartphones without requiring an App. This allows us to focus on creating materials instead of keeping up with constantly changing mobile platforms.

However, we know that students like to answer practice questions while on the go, and through a partnership with Appitur HOCK does offer a CMA App and a CIA App with multiple-choice practice questions. The App is available for iOS and Android devices; search the store for “HOCK CMA” or “HOCK CIA” to locate the App.

The questions in the Apps are the same as in our ExamSuccess Online database.

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As part of our no expiration guarantee, your access to the materials does not have any set expiration, so you do not need to worry about losing your access after 12 or 18 months. You can use the materials for as long as you need to pass the exams. You also have access to updated materials when they are released, so you do not need to worry about studying with outdated materials.

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You may request a refund within 7 days of placing your order.You agree to delete all materials downloaded and/or saved when you request a refund, and return any hard copy textbooks to HOCK. Hard copy textbooks must be returned in new condition within 7 days of receipt.

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No, you may take the exam Parts in any order (for example, take Part 2 before you take Part 1). This is true for the CMA, CPA, and CIA exams.

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While our competitor’s payment plans are available only to US residents and require a credit check, our payment plan does not require a credit check and is available to students around the world. With the payment plan, you can choose an initial payment of 20%-50% of the purchase price and then pay the balance over 2-4 months.

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From the IMA’s CMA Handook: Candidates are allowed to bring a small battery or solar powered electronic calculators restricted to a maximum of six functions – addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square root, and percentage are allowed. The calculator must not be programmable and must not use any type of tape. Candidates can also use the Texas Instrument’s BA II Plus, HP 12c, or HP 12c Platinum calculators when taking the exams. The Hewlett- Packard 10BII is valid, but no longer available to purchase. Candidates will not be allowed to use calculators that do not comply with these restrictions.

Note from HOCK: The BA II Plus comes in a Financial and Professional version. The version allowed on the CMA exam is the Financial version.

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The CMA exam includes topics that are considered fundamental background knowledge, including economics, statistics, and financial accounting. Because not all candidates have this background, we developed a CMA Fundamentals e-Book covering these topics. The CMA Fundamentals e-Book is available as an electronic download only (PDF).

Note: CMA Complete includes the CMA Fundamentals e-Book for free.

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The videos must be watched online in your web browser, and cannot be downloaded. However, we also offer audio versions of the videos in mp3 format that can be downloaded and used offline on any audio-capable device including computers, tablets, and smart phones.

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As of February 2018, the approximate length of the HOCK CMA Videos are:

  • CMA Part 1 – 23 hours
  • CMA Part 2 – 25 hours

More information about the videos is available on our CMA Videos page.

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Brian Hock is the teacher on all of the HOCK videos. Brian has been teaching CMA, CIA, CPA, and CFA courses since 2000.

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