Sep 11, 2011

Mumbai University Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) Syllabus.

Mumbai University Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) Syllabus.


First Year :

Sr. No.
Subjects
1. Foundation Course – I
2. Commerce – I
3. Business Economics- I
4. Business Communication
5. Environmental Studies
6. Mathematical & Statistical Techniques
7. Accounting & Financial Management – I


Second Year :

Sr. No.
Subjects
1. Foundation Course – II
2. Commerce – II (Management & Finance)
3. Business Economics- II
4. Business Law
5. Accounting & Financial Management II
6. Applied Component (Any one of the following) :
  • Advertising

  • Travel and Tourism
  • Economic System


Third Year :

Sr. No.
Subjects
1. Commerce - III (Management & Production Planning)
2. Business Economics – III
3. Financial Accounting & Auditing-I
4. Financial Accounting & Auditing-II (Costing & Auditing)
5. Related Applied Component (Management Accounting)
6. Applied Component (Any one of the following combinations) :
  • Computer Systems & Applications - Direct and Indirect Taxation
  • Computer Systems & Applications - Psychology of Human Behaviour at Work
  • Computer Systems & Applications - Export Marketing
  • Computer Systems & Applications - Elements of Operations Research
  • Export Marketing - Direct and Indirect Taxation
  • Export Marketing – Psychology of Human Behaviour at Work.

6 comments:

  1. doing only plain B.com is pure idiotness. along with B.com it is prudent to do CA/CS/CWA or study for UPSC or MPSC

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    1. There is no word like "idiotness" in English, use idiocy instead. It is a myth that just doing B.Com is futile.

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    2. Nice response...:)
      In fact getting into good commerce colleges is not easy.

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  3. You Guys are telling that Doing only B.Com is Idiocy.. Then what about guy like me who is just HSC and looking to do BCOM now, when I am 34yrs.. lol.. Seems like people like me are called below average in terms of education who are not even a Grad.

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