The MCom Program of the University prepares the students with the knowledge,
skills and strategic perspectives essential to business leadership and a accounting
career in the world. The MCom Program is designed to provide both a portfolio
of strong functional skills and the ability to apply, adapt and integrate those
skills in different financial settings. The program prepares the students to pursue
professional career in banking, financial services, insurance, corporates or teaching
career in commerce.
Graduation in Commerce with 40% and above aggregate marks; Final year degree students awaiting results.
|M.Com (for Working Professionals)|
The students are encouraged to choose six courses from elective streams viz., Marketing, HRM, Finance, Banking, Investments, Insurance and Accounting. Students will have the flexibility in choosing more than one course from these elective streams. Elective courses will be offered subject to a minimum number of students enrolling for a particular elective course.
Award of Degree
Successful students will receive the MCom degree from the University, subje ct to University regulations.
Marketing : Integrated Marketing Communication, Services Marketing, International Marketing, Sales & Distribution Management,Marketing Research, B2B Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Retail Management, Strategic Marketing Management, Customer Relationship Management, Brand Management;
Banking : Money & Banking, Credit Management, Central Banking, Commercial Banking, Overview of Banking, Banking Services Operations, Rural Banking & Microfinance, Corporate Banking, Small & Medium Enterprises Banking;
Insurance : Life Insurance, General Insurance, Risk & Insurance, Claims Management, Underwriting Management;
Finance : Strategic Financial Management, Security Analysis, Project Management, Management of Financial Institutions, Financial Risk Management;
HRM : Performance Management & Reward Systems, Training & Development, Leadership Skills & Change Management, Strategic HRM, Employment Laws, Managing Knowledge Workers, Corporate Communications, Human Resource Planning;
Investments : Security Analysis, Portfolio Management & Mutual Funds, Personal Financial Planning, Wealth Management, Investment Banking & Financial Services
IT & Systems : e-Business, Software Engineering & Quality Management , System Analysis & Design, Java Application Development, IT Enabled Services, Relational Database Management Systems, Data Warehousing, Data Mining
Accounting : Advanced Management Accounting, Advanced Financial Accounting.
The program structure is subject to periodic review.