The MCom programme comprises a 50% research component and a 50% coursework component. The research component is one compulsory outcome the final research report. The coursework component has one compulsory module, research theory and design. Students are then required to choose three elective modules out of the four modules offered. Students are required to pass a total of four courses and their final research report in order to graduate with the MCom degree in the field of accounting.
The MCom Accounting programme reflects on topical issues in the profession throughout the degree and this is beneficial to students and professionals in the field as it assists with updating their knowledge and remaining relevant in the fast-changing world. There is a focus on writing skills and communication which has benefited all students on the programme. Overall the degree provides both academics and professionals with a relevant postgraduate degree in the Accounting field.
A two-year degree course with 4 Semesters
The masters program introduces advanced specializations in the field of commerce. Students are also exposed to the latest in the areas of management and accounting through a methodology that includes discussions, seminars in the classroom, emphasis on extensive use of reference material and awareness of global trends in business, commerce and economy.
B.Com with 45% for General, 40% for OBC / SC /ST