Masters of Commerce in International Business

Masters of Commerce in International Business

Entry Year

2020

Qualification

M.Com. IB

Duration

2 years

Overview

Year of Establishment

1991

Dean

Prof. V N Raghu

Coordinators

Dr. HG Govinda Gowda
MBA, M.Phil, DCA Ph.D, (M.Com)

Ms. Sivakami R
M.Com, M.Phil, (Ph.D)

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.

Objectives

The broad objective of the Master of Commerce program in International Business is to impart to the students, professional education and training. We strive to provide them with opportunities to develop conceptual, practical, research-oriented and analytical business skills in International Business. In addition to this, our students are made familiar with the challenges of the business, industry and/or the academic sector regardless of the level - National and Global.

Program Specifications

Eligibility for Admission

A candidate who has passed the three-year Degree course in any discipline from a recognized University and has secured not less than 50% of the marks in the aggregate of all the examinations of the course shall be eligible for admission to the program. In the case of SC/ST students and blind students, the minimum percentage of marks required is 45% in the aggregate.

Syllabus

First Semester

Second Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Strategic HRM

  Consumer Behavior & Relationship Management

Strategic Marketing Management

  Product Branding and Sales Management

Management Management

Business Environment and Law

  Entrepreneurial Management

International Business

  E-Commerce 

Management and Behavioral Process

  Retail & Distribution Management

Business Research Methods &

  Quantitative Analysis

Advertising, Promotion and Media Management

Financial Management & Accounting

Cost and Management Accounting

Community Project + Viva-Voce

Internship Report + Viva-Voce

Third Semester

Fourth Semester

Subjects

Subjects

International Trade & Policy Framework

International H R M

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

International Marketing

EXIM Policy & Documentation

International Finance

Forex Management

International Business Law

Manufacturing & Operations Management

International Banking

MDC - To be chosen from other departments

Research Project + Viva-Voce

Internship Report+ Viva

Overview

Overview

Year of Establishment

1991

Dean

Prof. V N Raghu

Coordinators

Dr. HG Govinda Gowda
MBA, M.Phil, DCA Ph.D, (M.Com)

Ms. Sivakami R
M.Com, M.Phil, (Ph.D)

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.

Objectives

The broad objective of the Master of Commerce program in International Business is to impart to the students, professional education and training. We strive to provide them with opportunities to develop conceptual, practical, research-oriented and analytical business skills in International Business. In addition to this, our students are made familiar with the challenges of the business, industry and/or the academic sector regardless of the level - National and Global.

Program Specifications

Program Specifications

Eligibility for Admission

A candidate who has passed the three-year Degree course in any discipline from a recognized University and has secured not less than 50% of the marks in the aggregate of all the examinations of the course shall be eligible for admission to the program. In the case of SC/ST students and blind students, the minimum percentage of marks required is 45% in the aggregate.

Syllabus

Syllabus

First Semester

Second Semester

Subjects

Subjects

Strategic HRM

  Consumer Behavior & Relationship Management

Strategic Marketing Management

  Product Branding and Sales Management

Management Management

Business Environment and Law

  Entrepreneurial Management

International Business

  E-Commerce 

Management and Behavioral Process

  Retail & Distribution Management

Business Research Methods &

  Quantitative Analysis

Advertising, Promotion and Media Management

Financial Management & Accounting

Cost and Management Accounting

Community Project + Viva-Voce

Internship Report + Viva-Voce

Third Semester

Fourth Semester

Subjects

Subjects

International Trade & Policy Framework

International H R M

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

International Marketing

EXIM Policy & Documentation

International Finance

Forex Management

International Business Law

Manufacturing & Operations Management

International Banking

MDC - To be chosen from other departments

Research Project + Viva-Voce

Internship Report+ Viva