Overview of the course
Master of Commerce (MCom or MComm; sometimes Magister Commercii) is a postgraduate Masters Degree focusing on commerce-, management- and economics-related subjects. Like the undergraduate Bachelor of Commerce, the degree is offered in Commonwealth nations.
The Master of Commerce typically requires two years of full-time study. The curriculum is usually concentrated on one subject area — such as accounting, economics, statistics, finance or marketing — and emphasizes underlying theory. Relatedly, programs usually include a thesis component, and may be exclusively research based. Admission to the MCom is usually on the basis of an existing Bachelor's, or similar compatible degree, generally the Bachelor of Commerce; often, an "Honours degree" will be required. Depending on the degree focus, a related undergraduate major and / or a fairly strong quantitative background may also be a prerequisite. Some MCom programs admit students from non-business backgrounds such as liberal arts, engineering, or the sciences - these programs usually require that students complete a bridging course.
Description of the course
Subject - Management / Accounts
Eligibility - B.Com