Master of Commerce (M.Com)

Master of Commerce (M.Com)

About the course

Agarsen College's Master of Commerce (M.Com.) [General] program is designed to deepen the understanding and expertise of graduates in advanced accounting, financial management, and business laws. It aims to provide a comprehensive view of commerce and its applications in the business world.

Course Outcomes

Graduates of the M.Com. [General] program will be able to:

  • Apply advanced accounting concepts and financial management techniques to solve complex business problems.
  • Understand and implement quality management principles and CRM strategies.
  • Interpret corporate laws and manage legal aspects of business operations.
  • Conduct meaningful research and utilize IT tools for business analytics.
  • Develop strategic human resource plans to enhance organizational development.

Careers Related to the Course in India

Career opportunities for graduates include:

  • Chartered Accountant: Providing financial advice, auditing accounts, and providing trustworthy information about financial records.
  • Management Consultant: Helping organizations to solve issues, create value, maximize growth, and improve business performance.
  • Financial Analyst: Analyzing financial data to help decision-making in businesses.
  • Human Resources Manager: Overseeing recruitment, training, and development of staff.
  • Marketing Manager: Developing strategies to promote products or services.

Semester-wise Subjects

Semester Subjects
First Advanced Corporate Accounting, Financial Management, Organisational Behaviour, Managerial Economics, Strategic Human Resource Management & Development, Soft Skill & Communication Skill
Second Quantitative Techniques, Total Quality Management, Corporate Laws, CRM, Advanced Cost & Management Accounting, Spoken & Presentation Skill, Internship
Third Research Methodology, Information Technology For Business, Income Tax Law & Practice, Marketing Service, Consumer Behaviour, Corporate Governance & Social Responsibility, Soft Skill Computing Skill
Fourth Management Information System, Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management, Indirect Taxes, Financial Markets & Institutions, Project, Soft Skill Computing Skill