Master of CommerceThe 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.
Given this structure, the MCom differs from other business and management degrees: Its concentration on one area distinguishes it from generalist degrees.
|Duration||2 year full time course divided in 4 semesters|
|Eligibility||Bachelor of Commerce|