Master of Commerce (M.Com.) is a postgraduate degree program that focuses on advanced studies in commerce, finance, accounting, economics, and related business subjects. The course is designed to provide students with a deeper understanding of business and commerce principles, preparing them for careers in finance, banking, accounting, taxation, and various other business-related fields.
Duration: The M.Com. course is typically a two-year program, divided into four semesters. Each semester covers different subjects related to commerce and business administration.
Candidates should have completed a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce (B.Com.) from a recognized university with a minimum aggregate percentage (e.g., 45% or above, subject to change).
After completing the M.Com. program, graduates can explore various career opportunities in the fields of finance, accounting, banking, taxation, consulting, corporate management, and research. They can work in both the public and private sectors, including financial institutions, corporate organizations, government departments, educational institutions, and research agencies. Some graduates also choose to pursue further studies, such as a Ph.D. in Commerce or related disciplines, to pursue careers in academia or research.