It is a 2 years degree program that enhances the knowledge, gained in the previous degree, of commerce, business, accounts, and related fields. Mostly, it is offered after BA-commerce (2 years) or B-Com (2 years). It completes the 16 years of education for the degree holders who had 2-years bachelor's degrees. It consists of 4 semesters and offers some elective subjects as major subjects along with the core subjects. The prerequisite for admission is 14 years of education, preferably in the relevant field, with a 2.00 CGPA (semester system) or a minimum of 45% marks (annual examination system). Some universities offer this degree for bachelor degree holders with different disciplines but the students have to complete zero-semester to bridge the basic knowledge.
- Organizational Behaviors
- Cost & Management Accounting
- Human Resource Management
- Business Ethics
- Financial Accounting
- Statistics & Probability
- Introduction to Marketing & Management
- Business Communication
- BA Commerce or B.Com with 2.0CGPA.
- Passing marks in the entrance exam.
Master of Commerce (M.Com.) is a degree that enhances professional knowledge and techniques in a commerce-related field. The degree holders gain more knowledge in international business and banking. Thus, increases the vision of the degree holders to make them a valuable asset to commerce and business. Besides, it is important to mention again that Master of commerce/ M.Com is also done for bridging to complete 16 years of education with 2 years of a bachelor’s degree. In this way, the degree holders can have more work opportunities and can become eligible for further studies. The M.Com provides a good scope in the banking sector in different capacities. In every kind of business, there are work opportunities for master degree holders who have enhanced skills to manage the business. Many consultancy companies have multiple work opportunities for master’s degree holders. Besides working for anyone, the degree holder has enough knowledge and expertise to become an entrepreneur. The master’s degree in commerce can be carried forward for higher studies.