Courses After 12th in Commerce

Passed XII. What next? This is one of those questions which take plentiful days to be resolved. Every student and their parents explore all available options to find the one course that could suit them the best. From the uncountable options offered, below is a list of the courses that are most apposite for a student with commerce background.
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Business Studies
  • Bachelor of Management Studies

Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM)

The Bachelor of Commerce is one of the most considerable courses that students from commerce field look for. Pursuing graduation in BCom can help you put one step ahead towards Chartered Accountancy (CA), Company Secretaryship (CS) and Cost and Work Accountancy (ICWA).

Course Duration: 3 years

Popular colleges: Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi (New Delhi), St Xavier's College (Kolkata), Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (Mumbai)

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

The Bachelor of Business Administration, a professional degree, focuses on formulating administrative skills in the students essential for hitting success in the business industry.

Course Duration: 3 years

Popular colleges: Christ University (Bangalore), Department of Business Administration - SRM University (Chennai), Amity International Business School (Noida), Institute of Management Studies (Noida), Loyola Institute of Business Administration (Tamil Nadu), Madras Christian College (Chennai), Mount Carmel College (Bangalore).

Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS)

The Bachelor of Business Studies particularises in imparting students with immense understanding of several domains of business world. The course aims to build up critical thinking and analyzing skills in the students so that they can deal with different kinds of situations in a business.

Course Duration: 3 years

Popular colleges: Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (New Delhi), Jamia Milia Islamia University (New Delhi)

Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

The Bachelor of Management Studies includes the study of business mathematics, managerial economics, business ethics and corporate social responsibility, human resource management, etc. Students considering this course must know that this course leads them to have career options in human resource management, sales and marketing, finance, research and development, etc.

Course Duration: 3 years

Popular colleges: St Xaviers College (Mumbai), SNDT Women's University (Mumbai), SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Mumbai), Sydenham College (Mumbai)

Last Updated on : March 15, 2016





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