Courses

Post Graduate Programme (for Boys & Girls)

M.Com. (Finance and Systems) - 2 Years - 4 Semesters


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Duration:
TWO Years - FOUR Semesters

Eligibility:
B.Com, B.B.M., B.B.A., B.B.M., B.Sc.(Banking) with minimum 50% marks.

COURSE STRUCTURE
Subject to Approval by the Academic council.
Semester 1
Advanced Corporate Accounting
Business Correspondence
Research Methodology
Economic Analysis for Managers
Applied Statistics
Cultural Education
Office Automation Lab
Analysis using Statistical Tools Lab
Semester 2
Accounting for Managerial Decisions
Corporate Income Tax
Financial Markets and Services
Insurance Management
Strategic Management
Corporate Laws
Amrita Values Programme
Life Skills
Advanced Tally Lab
Information Systems Lab

Pre-placement Recruitment Training and Vacation Internship

Semester 3
Advanced Financial Management
Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Project Appraisal and Financial Planning
Enterprise Resource Planning and MIS
Elective I
Live-in-Labs# / Open Elective*
Semester 4
Elective II
Elective III
Project
Electives (Any Three)
Financial Derivatives
International Financial Management
Merchant Banking and Commercial Banking
Personal Financial Planning
Business Skill Development
Integrated Marketing Promotion and Communication
Marketing using WEB
Mergers and Acquisitions
Retail Management
Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Database Management Services
Cyber Laws
Enterprise Management
Applied Econometrics

* One Open Elective course is to be taken by each student, in the third semester, from the list of Open electives offered by the School.
OPEN ELECTIVES LIST

# Students undertaking and registering for a Live-in-Lab project, can be exempted from registering for an Open Elective course in the third semester.

Electives listed above are only indicative. Actual Offering will depend on the number of students registering for the courses and availability of faculty.

School Administration reserves the right to modif y the subjects / curriculum / detailed syllabus as per the topical needs or changes in trends of the academic stream or industry requirements.