Master of Commerce (M.Com)
A postgraduate degree known as the Master of Commerce (M.Com) covers the subjects of business, accounting, management, and economics. The business and financial industries offer professional options after completing the two-year degree program.
Accounting, taxation, finance, and human resource management specializations are available. This course has UGC approval and is a four-semester, choice-based credit system course. Students receive an academic degree from the relevant university that is known as a Master of Commerce after finishing a two-year study.
- The score obtained for the B.Com degree is used to determine admission to an M.Com program.
- Candidates must have earned a Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) from a recognized university with a minimum grade point average of 50%.