Masters of Commerce is a natural extension of the undergraduate course in Commerce offered to anyone who wishes to study business and commerce. It is normally a 2 years program with 2 or more Semesters. The flexible program provides the opportunity to specialize in an area of business.  It also provides some choice to develop breadth across selected areas including accounting, business information management, marketing, economics, electronic business, employment relations, finance, human resource management, management and international business.

Master of Commerce degree holders can move ahead with a considerable difference in academics, research and corporate world.

There is ample scope of direct employment for a Commerce Post-Graduate candidates particularly in teaching, research and corporate sector.
Master of Commerce Jobs.

Businesses are expanding globally with the use of latest technology, there is growing requirement for highly qualified and trained professionals to look after day to day business operations successfully.

M.Com Employment Areas

  • Banks.
  • Budget Planning.
  • Business Consultancies.
  • Educational Institutes.
  • Foreign Trade.
  • Industrial Houses.
  • Inventory Control.
  • Investment Banking.
  • Marketing.
  • Merchant Banking.
  • Public Accounting Firms.
  • Working Capital Management.
  • Policy Planning.
  • Public Accounting Firms.
  • Treasury and Forex Department.

Eligibility Criteria:  Bachelor of Commerce Passed in at least second division from Higher Education Commission recognized university.

72 Credit Hours (Four Terms)

Course Wise Breakup.

 M.Com (Previous)

M.Com (Final)