The M. Com. course offers an opportunity for graduates to acquire theoretical as well as practical inputs in commerce. A Master's graduate in commerce has the advantage of entering a career either in academics, research or, alternatively, in other professional areas of commerce and finance such as taxation, consultancy and financial services.
On the successful completion of the M.Com. course, students will acquire strong subject-matter expertise in finance, financial instruments and markets. They will also develop advanced theoretical knowledge and research capabilities in their preparation for academic and research focused careers.
On the successful completion of the course, students will:
A student is required to complete a total of 88 credits including a dissertation for the successful completion of the Master of Commerce degree course.