Maharishi University

Master of Commerce

The masters program in Commerce (M.Com.) education will give a thorough understanding of the economy and business, apart from the daily management of an organization. Student can learn how a business operates, as well as explore how all the economic, political, social, cultural and technological decisions that go along with businesses can positively and negatively impact on our society. The course focuses on the factors that drive economic behavior at both an individual and organizational level. It will equip the students with the analytical, communication and problem solving skills and find efficient and practical solutions. Our program offers with the key principles of commerce. The course has been tailored in consultation with representatives from leading organizations, experienced academicians with an industry-relevant degree.

M.Com – Master of Commerce

Eligibility Criteria:B.Com/BBA/BA (Economics) with min 45% marks for General/OBC/PH/EWS and 40% for SC/ST
Programme Duration:  2 Years

Frequently Asked Questions

Masters of Commerce or M.Com is a post graduate level course ideal for candidates who wish to make a career in banking/ financial services and insurance as well as accounting and commerce sectors. The 2-year course is based on functioning of the economy, capital, revenue, trade, taxes, etc.

The eligibility criteria for seeking admission to M.Com program is a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in B.Com/ equivalent examination from a recognized University.

After completing the M.Com program, a candidate can seek employment in the banking, finance, insurance sector and also opt for teaching or lectureship or go for research, as per interest of the student. There are various job options for M.Com degree holders in private, public as well as government sectors. Nationalised banks, Railways, Income Tax and other such government Departments are good options for M.Com degree holders to aim for a secure and prosperous career.

There is no specialisation offered under M.Com program.

No, only Commerce graduates are eligible for this program as prescribed by the University.