SGC-Commerce Department

Master of Commerce


The Master of Commerce typically requires two years of full-time study. The curriculum is usually concentrated on one subject area — such as accounting, actuarial science, business management, corporate governance, human resource management, economics, statistics, finance, marketing or supply chain management — and emphasizes underlying theory. Relatedly, programs usually include a thesis component, and may be exclusively research based.
Program Contents and Academic Framework
SEMESTER - I

MC 101 Business Management MC 102 Corporate Financial Accounting MC 103 Financial Management MC 104 Business Economics MC 105 Computer Applications in Business

SEMESTER - II

MC 201 Accounting for Managerial Decisions MC 202 Financial Institutions and Markets MC 203 Business Environment MC 204 Research Methodology & Statistical Techniques MC 205 Seminar MC 206 Viva Voce

SEMESTER - III

MC 301 Management of Financial Services MC 302 Corporate Legal Framework MC 303 Strategic Cost Management MC 304 Corprate Tax Planning MC 305 Marketing Management

SEMESTER - IV

MC 401 Human Resource Management MC 402 Fundamental of Investment MC 403 International Finance MC 404 Banking and Insurance Services MC 405 Viva-Voce
Duration
2 years.
Eligibility Criteria
BCom / BCom Professional /BBA/BCom (Accounting & Finance)