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Department of Commerce,
Christ University, Hosur Road,
Bangalore , Karnataka, India - 560029
Ph: +91 80.4012.9325/9326, Fax:+91.80.40129000 Email:mail@christuniversity.in Website:www.christuniversity.in

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Nithila Vincent
Email:nithila.vincent@christuniversity.in, Ph: +91 80.4012.9389


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    Introduction


    Deanery occupies a strategic position in higher education in terms of providing academic lead and administrative facilitation to the teachers and students. Stream wise deaneries in Christ University coordinate all the activities from designing of curriculum to result analysis. Through a technology enabled effective networking the deaneries constantly innovate methods for knowledge dissemination and knowledge generation. Having the largest number of disciplines, students and teachers in the broader areas of Humanities and Social Sciences, our deanery is engaged in an ongoing dialogue on polity, economy, society and culture and specifically the fields of Psychology, Media and Communication studies and Sociology.

    Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
    The three-year regular degree in Commerce (B Com) was started at Christ University in 1969. It aims to nurture commerce professionals with high level of knowledge and competence to effectively contribute to the society with commitment and integrity.

    The B Com degree programme is divided into six semesters. It provides a strong foundation level understanding of the functioning of business organizations, commercial transactions and of various specialized operations such as accounting, finance and marketing by offering a comprehensive curriculum. Finance and Marketing Electives are offered in the fifth and the sixth semesters. Students are required to undertake project work during the fifth and the sixth semesters
     

    OBJECTIVES

    1. To provide a strong foundation level understanding of the functioning of business organizations, commercial transactions and of various specialized operations such as accounting, finance and marketing by offering a comprehensive curriculum.
    2. To develop necessary professional knowledge and skills in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Taxation, Export-Import management etc. by adopting learner centered pedagogical practices.
    3. Make every Commerce graduate eligible for professional studies such as CA, ICWA, ACS, MBA or other Masters Programs in Commerce / Management.
    4. To enhance employability to be able to take up challenging job assignments in Accounting, Finance, Marketing or General Aptitude job openings.
    5. To nurture the students in intellectual, personal, interpersonal and societal skills with a bent on Holistic Education.

    COURSE OVERVIEW

    • The three year B.Com degree program is divided into six semesters.
    • It includes 35 core papers besides English & Language papers.
    • Finance and Marketing Electives are offered in the fifth and the sixth semesters.
    • Students are required to undertake project work during the fifth and the sixth semesters.

    PEDAGOGY

    Regular classroom lectures shall be accompanied by any other method instructors find suitable to deliver better learning. Some suggested methods are;
    a. Case Studies
    b. Role Plays
    c. Seminars and Presentations
    d. Simulation Exercises
    e. Current Affairs Sessions relevant to the topic etc.


    Courses Offered

    Doctoral Programmes (Ph.D.)
      Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Commerce

    M Phil Programmes
      Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Commerce

    Postgraduate Programmes
      Master of Commerce (MCom)

    Undergraduate Programmes
      Bachelor of Commerce (Professional)
    Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
    Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
    Bachelor of Commerce (Finance & Accountancy)

    Certificate Courses in Odd Semester
      Basics of Business Management

    Certificate Courses in Even Semester
      Introduction to Accounting and Investment
    Creative Advertising
    Banking Management