About M.Com

MCom, or Master of Commerce, is a postgraduate course in the field of commerce that is particularly aimed for students who want to become an expert in different fields of banking and finance.

This course is of 2 years duration and is highly regarded and very well received in the industry. The course provides quality education to the students serving the needs of managerial cadre in business and industry. It also serves the purpose of research and teaching in business studies.

MCom: What is it About?

• Master of Commerce is a professional degree that enables you to grow in the corporate and finance sectors of the industry. It generally covers the study of macro-economics, accounting, business principles and alike. The course is usually divided into 4 semesters. • The program is mainly aimed for students who are genuinely interested in teaching and research in the field of commerce, providing them a platform to increase their knowledge and qualification to be able to pursue PhD or any other relevant research degree after the course completion. • MCom graduates have job opportunities in almost every sector of the economy. Some of the top recruiters of MCom graduates are Capgemini, Dell, Infosys and others. Moreover, there is no age bar to pursue MCom degree. • MCom qualification allows you to appear for competitive exams like civil services exam or exam related to finance and accounting requirements like income tax, CAG or excise departments.

Why study MCom?

• After your MCom completion, you will get exposed to higher paid private and government jobs. • You get the opportunity to experience the field related to research, teaching and others. • It’s a professional job oriented post graduate degree allowing students to increase their skills, knowledge and ability in all or one of the many fields of commerce such as Finance, Finance Management, Corporate Finance, Accounting, Banking, Insurance, Income Tax, etc.

Jobs & Career

After being awarded the MCom degree, candidates can either look for jobs in various departments or opt for certification courses such as CA, CFA, CMA, ACCA, etc.

• The areas in the private sector that are open to a MCom graduate include Accounting, Consumer durable industry, Telecom industry, Banking, and Insurance Industry, Automobile industry, BPO industry, Media industry, Retail industry and a lot more.

• MCom course graduates may start as a Sales Officer, Accounts Manager, Finance Manager, Company Law Assistant, Cost Accountant, Financial Advisor, Financial Consultant, Tax Consultant, etc.

M.Com Scope

Commerce sector is ever increasing due to the digitalization of the world. Banking and Finance are the top employment areas for students after an MCom degree. Majority of students are preparing for CA (Chartered Accountancy), CMA (Certified Management Accountant) and other highly acclaimed national and international certification courses in the field of finance and accounting.