Master of Commerce
Chetana’s M.Com Centre
Banking & Finance
Masters of Commerce is the progression of the undergraduate course in Commerce i.e. B.Com. The specializations are in Advance Accountancy, Business Management and Banking & Finance. The Masters programme is beneficial to students to enhance their competitive advantage with regards to their career prospects.
- Program Outcome : To acquaint a student with conventional as well as contemporary areas in the discipline of Commerce. .
- Program Specific Outcome : The program enables the students to acquire advanced knowledge in the areas of accountancy, management, banking and finance to enhance their career opportunities or be self-employed.
- Course Outcome : To provide an understanding of all core areas of Advanced Accounting, Banking and Finance and Business Management.
A learner for being eligible for admission to the Master of Commerce Programme, shall have passed the examination for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce (three years) or the degree B. Com. (Old Course) or the other Semester based Programmes i.e. Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) or Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance) or Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) or Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.) of the University of Mumbai, or an examination of any other University recognized as equivalent thereto.
Students seeking admissions to this college are required to apply online on the University portal as well fill the college form available on College website (www.chetanacollege.in). Students must affix recent photograph on the filled admission form along with copies of the statement of all the lower semester mark sheet for verification to the office staff. Incomplete forms will be rejected.
Duration of the programme and related information:
- The programme is full time, consisting of Four semesters spread over three years
- The course consists of 16 modules comprising 14 theory papers and 2 projects
- A total number of lectures per course (subject) shall be a minimum of 50 and a maximum of 60, each of 50 minutes duration.