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The economy of a nation depends upon many factors. One among them is commerce. Do you desire to be a part of the driving force to take your country forward economically? Then a course in one of the prestigious programs mentioned here can add feather to your wings.


Overview


Man since ages has involved himself in some or the other kind of trading activity. From bartering goods in the prehistoric times to trade in its present form, commerce is one of the most important economic activities for any society. A country’s economic progress depends a lot upon the trade which it carries out with the outside world. But commerce is not only about trade and money; undergoing a commerce course also means learning how to run a business, how to manage a company, its finances and taxations. It is also about understanding how the stock market or export-import works. The arrival of e-commerce portals has added a new dimension to this field.

Types of courses


Other than the usual undergraduate and postgraduate courses there are certain professional courses like CA and ICWAI, which you can opt and do along with your undergraduate course. They are all enumerated below.





Commerce Courses

Click on a course name below to find the list of colleges offering Commerce courses in India.


1. Advanced Diploma in Business Administration
2. AMFI Mutual Fund Advisors Module
3. AMFI Mutual Fund Basic Module
4. B.A Business Economics
5. B.A Corporate Secretary
6. B.Com
7. B.Com (Hon.) Marketing Management
8. B.Com Accountancy
9. B.Com Accounting and Finance
10. B.Com Actuarial Management
11. B.Com Advanced Accounting & Auditing
12. B.Com Advanced Business Management
13. B.Com Advertisement & Sales management
14. B.Com Banking & Finance
15. B.Com Banking and Insurance
16. B.Com Business Management
17. B.Com Computer Applications
18. B.Com Computer in Business Operation
19. B.Com Co-operative Management
20. B.Com Corporate Secretaryship
21. B.Com Corporate Secretaryship With Computer Application
22. B.Com E-Commerce
23. B.Com English & Business Communication
24. B.Com Financial Markets
25. B.Com Foreign Trade
26. B.Com Foreign Trade Procedure & Practices
27. B.Com Human Resource Management
28. B.Com Information Technology
29. B.Com International Business
30. B.Com Management
31. B.Com Office Automation
32. B.Com Office Management
33. B.Com Professional Accounting
34. B.Com Secretarial Practice
35. B.Com Shipping Management
36. B.Com Tax Procedure & Practices
37. B.Com Taxation
38. B.Com. Information System Management
39. B.Com. Statistics
40. B.Tech E Commerce
41. C.A CFM (Chartered Finance Manager)
42. C.A Chartered Accountant
43. Chartered Certified Accountant
44. Diploma Banking & Financial Management
45. Diploma Business Administration
46. Diploma Business Process Outsourcing, Finance & Accounting
47. Diploma Commercial Practice
48. M.A Applied Economics
49. M.A Environmental Economics
50. M.A. Business Economics
51. M.B.A International Business
52. M.Com (Hons.)
53. M.Com Accountancy
54. M.Com Accounting and Finance
55. M.Com Banking
56. M.Com CA
57. M.Com Commerce
58. M.Com Computer Applications
59. M.Com Co-operative Management
60. M.Com Corporate Secretaryship
61. M.Com Costing
62. M.Com Education Management
63. M.Com Entrepreneurship
64. M.Com Finance and Control
65. M.Com Finance and Taxation
66. M.Com Insurance Management
67. M.Com International Business
68. M.Com MA & FS
69. M.Com Management
70. M.Com Marketing
71. M.Phil Commerce
72. M.Phil Corporate Secretaryship
73. M.Phil International Business
74. Master of International Business (M.I.B.)
75. P.G.Dip. Accounting Software
76. Ph.D Commerce
77. Post Graduate Diploma E-Commerce


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More about the courses


A course in the commerce field can lead you to a career in diverse disciplines such as finance, economics, business, taxation, banking, operations, accountancy, and business management. It can also lead to an international career in business and marketing. Some of the common topics which you are going to cover during one or the other courses are cost and finance management, business laws, accountancy, human resource management, economics and auditing. A degree or two in the commerce field is a gateway to the corporate world.

Duration of the courses


The undergraduate courses last a period of 3 years. Postgraduate courses take 2 years to complete. Professional courses like CA and ICWAI can take more than 3 years. You need to have passed 12th with commerce background.

Job prospects


Once you undergo these courses a world of opportunity opens up for you. There are various openings in the government as well as the private sector. Depending upon the course you undergo you can become a banker, chartered accountant, cost accountant, chartered financial analyst, company secretary, stock broker, auditor or a financial officer. A student with a commerce degree is also eligible for civil service jobs and can join the defence services as an accounts officer. The insurance sector too welcomes students from commerce background. And those inclined towards teaching can always look for jobs as lecturers. If you are enterprising enough you can even set up a e-commerce business.