M.Com. Master of Commerce
Master of Commerce is a Postgraduate Academic Master Degree which is awarded for a course or program in Commerce. It is also known as M.Com. which is an abbreviated form of Master of Commerce Degree. It is normally a 2 years program with 2 or more Semesters
The programme is offered in English and Hindi medium depending on the Institution one is studying. The program is available in various subjects whose material focuses on commerce, management and economics related subjects. Programs usually include a thesis component, or may even be exclusively research based. The course strengthens the theoretical, analytical and applied knowledge base of commerce. Master of Commerce is also available through Correspondence or Distance Education.
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Masters of Commerce degree requires a candidate to have passed Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com). Some Institutes put the age limit to 20 years. Admissiion is done through an Entrance Test.
Master of Commerce Subjects
  • Financial Services.
  • Marketing.
  • Project Management.
  • General Management.
  • Business Consulting.
Master of Commerce Specialisations
  • Master Degree in Business Administration.
  • Masters Degree in Finance.
  • Master of Commerce in International Business Operations.
  • Master Degree in Accounting.
  • Master Degree in Economics.
  • Master Degree in Statistics.
  • Master Degree in Marketing.
Who can and Who should pursue Master of Commerce
Master of Commerce is meant for any Commerce graduate who wants to not only attain higher education but who also wants to strengthen his knowledge base of commerce.
Advantages or Benefits of Master of Commerce Degree
Master of Commerce degree holders can move ahead with a considerable difference in academics, research and corporate world.
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.
Job Types
  • Auditors.
  • Book Keepers.
  • Budget Analysts.
  • Business Consultants.
  • Chartered Management Accountant.
  • Chief Financial Officer.
  • Finance Managers.
  • Financial Analyst.
  • Human Resource Managers.
  • Investment Analysts.
  • Marketing Managers.
  • Stock Brokers.
  • Teacher/lecturer.