Masters of Commerce in Financial Analysis (M.Com. – FA)

Masters of Commerce in Financial Analysis (M.Com. – FA)

Entry Year

2021

Qualification

M.Com.
(APPLICATIONS OPEN)

Duration

2 years

Objective

The broad objective of the Master of Commerce program is to impart to the students, professional education and training by specifically focusing on Financial Analysis. We further, strive to provide them with opportunities to develop conceptual, practical, research and analytical business skills in order to meet the challenges of the business, industry and/or academic sector regardless of the level – National and Global.

Year of Establishment

1991

Dean

Prof. V N Raghu

Coordinator

Ms. Sivakami R
M.Com, M.Phil.

Vision

  • The Department shares the Vision of the College in providing a life-oriented Education and to become a centre of global excellence for Commerce and Management studies & research.

Mission

  • Enabling the students to be competent and to face the challenges of the Corporate World by imparting quality and value based Business Education. The department strives to enhance Knowledge, Skills, Attitude, Competencies and Creativity. It inculcates a humane approach based on dedication and selfless commitment.

Eligibility for Admission

A candidate who has passed B.Com / BBM/BBA Degree Programme of a recognised university or equivalent thereto and has secured not less than 50% of the marks in aggregate in Commerce/Management subjects shall be eligible to apply for the M.Com. Financial Analysis Programme. In the case of SC/ST candidates, the aggregate percentage of marks required is 45%.

Program Structure Under CBCS

First Semester

Second Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Accounting Theory & Analysis

Forensic Accounting

Advanced Financial Accounting

Operations Research

Strategic Financial Management

Direct Tax – II

Direct Tax-I

Goods and Services Tax (GST) & Customs

Corporate Law and Governance

Principles & Practice of Banking and Insurance

Business Research Methods &

Quantitative Analysis

International Marketing

Business Information System

  Int. Financial Systems and Institutions

Community Project + Viva-Voce

Internship Report + Viva-Voce

Third Semester

Fourth Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Strategic Cost Management

Financial Derivatives and Risk Management

Advanced Corporate Accounting

International Financial Management

  International Accounting and FRS

Behavioral Finance

  Corporate Tax Planning

  International HRM

To be chosen from other departments

Research Project + Viva Voce

  Internship Report + Viva

Objective

Objective

The broad objective of the Master of Commerce program is to impart to the students, professional education and training by specifically focusing on Financial Analysis. We further, strive to provide them with opportunities to develop conceptual, practical, research and analytical business skills in order to meet the challenges of the business, industry and/or academic sector regardless of the level – National and Global.

Year of Establishment

1991

Dean

Prof. V N Raghu

Coordinator

Ms. Sivakami R
M.Com, M.Phil.

Vision

  • The Department shares the Vision of the College in providing a life-oriented Education and to become a centre of global excellence for Commerce and Management studies & research.

Mission

  • Enabling the students to be competent and to face the challenges of the Corporate World by imparting quality and value based Business Education. The department strives to enhance Knowledge, Skills, Attitude, Competencies and Creativity. It inculcates a humane approach based on dedication and selfless commitment.
Eligibility for Admission

Eligibility for Admission

A candidate who has passed B.Com / BBM/BBA Degree Programme of a recognised university or equivalent thereto and has secured not less than 50% of the marks in aggregate in Commerce/Management subjects shall be eligible to apply for the M.Com. Financial Analysis Programme. In the case of SC/ST candidates, the aggregate percentage of marks required is 45%.

Program Structure Under CBCS

Program Structure Under CBCS

First Semester

Second Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Accounting Theory & Analysis

Forensic Accounting

Advanced Financial Accounting

Operations Research

Strategic Financial Management

Direct Tax – II

Direct Tax-I

Goods and Services Tax (GST) & Customs

Corporate Law and Governance

Principles & Practice of Banking and Insurance

Business Research Methods &

Quantitative Analysis

International Marketing

Business Information System

  Int. Financial Systems and Institutions

Community Project + Viva-Voce

Internship Report + Viva-Voce

Third Semester

Fourth Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Strategic Cost Management

Financial Derivatives and Risk Management

Advanced Corporate Accounting

International Financial Management

  International Accounting and FRS

Behavioral Finance

  Corporate Tax Planning

  International HRM

To be chosen from other departments

Research Project + Viva Voce

  Internship Report + Viva