Master of Commerce (M.Com)

Programme Introduction

The programme has been designed primarily to suit the needs of the students who wish to pursue post graduation in Commerce. In the post globalization period, there is a huge requirement of man power having M.Com degree to cater to the needs of financial sector to help the organisation to apply and proper implication of accounting policies and accounting procedures so to maintain the uniformity and reliability in financial results of the organisations. The aim of the M.Com is to equip graduates with knowledge and regarding the fundamental disciplines of business and commerce; to provide graduates with the theoretical frameworks and analytical tools necessary to successfully manage the accounting system of modern enterprises; to ensure that graduates are equipped to act professionally and ethically in their chosen field; and to ensure that graduates are able to add significant value to their organisation.

Academic Objectives

M.Com program is designed for students who aspire to be accounting experts while having the business knowledge at the same time; to be the business leaders and managers of the future. The program aims to impart the necessary knowledge, skills and self confidence to assist in effective and successful management, within constantly changing and highly competitive national and international business environments.

Programme Code



  • Min. Duration 2 Years
  • Max. Duration 5 Years


Eligibility Criteria

Any B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce)/ BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)/ BBM (Bachelor of Business Management)/ B.Sc (Economics)/ B.A. (Commerce)/ Graduation with Math or Economics as one of the subjects/ courses

Eligibility, admission criteria or any other condition mentioned here in or otherwise for admission to any programme is subject to change as prescribed by the university and/ or any concerned statutory body.

Career Prospects

Main Sectors

  • Banks and Financial Organizations
  • KPOs related to finance and insurance
  • BPOs
  • Account, Auditing, Tax
  • Actuarial
  • Project Manager or Solutions Architect (from a business point of view)

Further Study Options after M.Com

  • M.Phil. in Commerce
  • Ph.D. in Commerce

Some of the relevant designations related to Commerce discipline are:

  • Internal Auditor
  • Accountant
  • Insurance Agent
  • Stock Broker
  • Record Keeper
  • Administrator
  • Financial Analyst
  • Taxation Officer
  • Banker
  • Terminal Manager
  • Cost & Management Accountant
  • Financial Auditor
  • Finance Officer
  • Tax Consultant
  • Financial Advisor
  • Company Secretary
  • Investment Analyst
  • Equity Analyst