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Opportunities for Commerce Students

There is a common misconception that a commerce student may only work in accounting, however globalisation, technical innovation, and the notion of e-businesses have broadened the scope of the commerce stream. In today's world, commerce extends beyond the realms of statistics and accounting. Specializations in the commerce stream are introduced based on the demand for commerce experts in a wide range of disciplines. Some of the popular professional fields for the commerce students are; Corporate Law, Law, Economics, Chartered Accountancy, Cost & Management Accountancy, Company Secretaryship, Chartered Financial Analysts, Banking, Insurance, Finance Operations, Human Resource Management, Finance Management, Tax Consultant, Marketing Management, International Business, Technology Management, Stock Brokers, Mutual Funds, Corporate Communication, Infrastructure Management, Financial Planning, Financial Economics, Portfolio Management, teaching, journalism, Hospital Management, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Market Research, Retail Management, Media Management, Rural Management, entrepreneurship, Fashion designing, interior designing, and many more.


Here is a list of regular courses for commerce students:

Bachelors of Commerce (B.Com)

Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA)

Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS)

Chartered Accountancy (CA)

Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) /B.Com (Hons.)

Bachelors in Economics

Bachelor of Law (LLB)

Bachelor of Statistics

Company Secretary (CS)

Certified Financial Planner (CFP)

Cost and Management Accountant (CMA)

Bachelor of Finance and Accounting (BFA)

B.Sc. Applied Mathematics

B.Sc (Actuarial Science)


Apart from the regular courses, a commerce student can pursue other popular courses such as:

BA in Humanities & Social Sciences

B.Sc in Hospitality & Travel

Diploma in Education (D.Ed)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

BA in Arts (Fine/Visual/Performing)

BA in Hospitality & Travel

Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC)

Bachelor of Journalism (BJ)

B.Sc in Design

BHM in Hospitality & Travel

BA in Animation

B.Sc. Animation and Multimedia

B.Des in Animation

Bachelor of Fashion Design (BFD)

Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM)

Diploma in Elementary Education (El.Ed)

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

Bachelor of Event Management (BEM)


Every company, whether it is a public organisation, a large or small corporation, finance and leasing, banks, MNCs, BPOs, software businesses, or NGOs, requires commerce students at various levels. Commerce is a popular path for students due to the availability of various career possibilities and the freedom in topic selection.




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