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Top graduation courses of Mumbai university in commerce- Bcom BAF BBI and more

Top graduation courses in commerce - B.com, BAF, BBI & more

Bachelor of Commerce
Eligibility
  • XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt.
  • Students who passed XII from other than Maharashtra Board (i.e. ICSE / ISC / CBSE, other State Boards etc) will have to fill in provisional eligibility form in the office before payment of fees.
Duration Six Semesters spread over three years
Subjects

First Year: First Semester

  • Accountancy & Financial Management –I
  • Commerce -I (Introduction to Business)
  • Business Economics –I
  • Business Communication – I
  • Environmental Studies – I
  • Mathematical & Statistical Techniques-I
  • Foundation Course –I

First Year: Second Semester

  • Accountancy & Financial Management –II
  • Commerce –II (Introduction to Service Sector)
  • Business Economics –II
  • Business Communication – II
  • Environmental Studies-II
  • Mathematical & Statistical Techniques – II
  • Foundation Course – II

Second Year: Third Semester

  • Accountancy & Financial Management –III
  • Commerce - III ( Principles of Management)
  • Business Economics –III
  • Business Law – I
  • Foundation Course- III
  • Advertising OR Computer Programming

Second Year: Fourth Semester

  • Accountancy & Financial Management –IV
  • Commerce -IV(Principles of Management & Finance)
  • Business Economics –IV
  • Business Law – II
  • Foundation Course - IV
  • Advertising OR Computer Programming

Third Year: Fifth Semester

  • Commerce - V (Marketing & Human Resources Management)
  • Business Economics – V

Third Year: Sixth Semester

  • Commerce -VI (Marketing & Human Resource Management)
  • Business Economics- VI

Specialization: Accountancy

Specialization: Accountancy

  • Financial Accounting & Auditing –V: Financial Accounting
  • Financial Accounting & Auditing – VI: Cost Accounting
  • Management Accounting- VII: Auditing
  • Financial Accounting & Auditing -VIII: Financial Accounting
  • Financial Accounting & Auditing Paper IX: Cost Accounting
  • Management Accounting Paper X: Auditing

OR

Specialization: Business Management

OR

Specialization: Business Management

  • Business Management: Paper I: Management & Organization
  • Business Management: Paper II: Financial Management
  • Business Management: Paper III: Marketing Management
  • Business Management: Paper IV: Management & Organization
  • Business Management: Paper V: Financial Management
  • Business Management: Paper VI: Marketing Management

AND

Applied Component combinations (any one) :

AND

Applied Component combinations (any one) :

  1. Direct & Indirect Taxation (Paper I) and Psychology of Human Behavior at Work (Paper I)
  2. Computer Systems (Paper I) and Psychology of Human Behavior at work (Paper I)
  3. Operations Research (Paper I) and Direct & Indirect Taxation (Paper I)
  4. Computer Systems (Paper I) and Direct & Indirect Taxation (Paper I)
  5. Computer Systems (Paper I) and Operations Research (Paper I)
  6. Export Marketing (Paper I) and Psychology of Human Behavior at work (Paper I)
  7. Computer Systems (Paper I) and Export Marketing (Paper I)
  1. Direct & Indirect Taxation (Paper II) and Psychology of Human Behavior at Work (Paper II)
  2. Computer Systems (Paper II) and Psychology of Human Behavior at work (Paper II)
  3. Operations Research (Paper II) and Direct & Indirect Taxation (Paper II)
  4. Computer Systems (Paper II) and Direct & Indirect Taxation (Paper II)
  5. Computer Systems (Paper II) and Operations Research (Paper II)
  6. Export Marketing (Paper II) and Psychology of Human Behavior at work (Paper II)
  7. Computer Systems (Paper II) and Export Marketing (Paper II)
Pattern Written Paper is of 75 marks whereas Internals consists of 25 marks
Fifth and Sixth Semester is conducted by the University
Passing Standards In order to pass, a minimum of aggregate 40% marks are required in every paper and not more than two A.T.K.Ts are allowed at the end of the academic year.
Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets)

The University of Mumbai started the Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) course in 2008-2009. The course not only aims at training students to gain knowledge in the ever changing field of Financial Market but also leads to the all-round development of their personality. The B.F.M. course provides comprehensive training to students in the field of Financial Market by way of interaction, projects, presentations, industrial visits, practical training, job orientation and placements. It is a perfectly designed full time course for all those aspiring to make a career in the growing and ever evolving field of Financial Market. This course provides the student an insight into the various aspects of Financial Market which includes understanding finance and money, investments, risks, economics, various instruments used in financial markets, legal parameters, communication skills etc.


Eligibility
  • XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt.
  • Students who passed XII from other than Maharashtra Board (i.e. ICSE / ISC / CBSE, other State Boards etc) will have to fill in provisional eligibility form in the office before payment of fees.
Duration Six Semesters spread over three years
Subjects

First Year: First Semester

  • Principles of Investment
  • Micro-Economics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Business Environment
  • Business Environment
  • Basic Computer Skills

First Year: Second Semester

  • Environment of Financial System
  • Macro-Economics
  • Management Accounting
  • Principles of Business Management
  • Statistical Applications
  • Communication Skills

Second Year: Third Semester

  • Debt Markets
  • Corporate Finance-I
  • Equity Markets-I
  • Banking in Financial System
  • Business Ethics
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Computer Applications in Investments

Second Year: Fourth Semester

  • Commodities Markets
  • Corporate Finance-II
  • Equity Markets-II
  • Financial Services
  • Taxation for Investments
  • Security Analysis
  • Business Law

Third Year: Fifth Semester

  • Global Capital Markets
  • Regulations of Securities Markets
  • Insurance (Fund) Management
  • Derivative Markets
  • Foreign Exchange Markets
  • Portfolio Management
  • Project Work –I

Third Year: Sixth Semester

  • Risk Management
  • Corporate Governance
  • Computer Applications in Financial Services
  • Marketing of Financial Services
  • Mutual Fund Management
  • Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services
  • Project Work -II
Pattern Written Paper is of 75 marks whereas Internals consists of 25 marks
Fifth and Sixth Semester is conducted by the University
Passing Standards In order to pass, a minimum of aggregate 40% marks are required in every paper and not more than two A.T.K.Ts are allowed at the end of the academic year.
Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance)

The University of Mumbai started the Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) course in 2003-04. The course not only aims at training students to gain knowledge in the fields related to Banking, Insurance and other related financial services but also leads to the all-round development of their personality. The BBI course provides comprehensive training to students in the field of Banking, Insurance and other related financial services by way of interaction, projects, presentations, industrial visits, practical training, job orientation and placements. It is a perfectly designed full time course for all those aspiring to make a career in the growing and ever evolving field of Banking & Insurance. This course provides the student an insight into the various aspects of Banking and Insurance sector which includes financial investments, legal parameters, economics, communications etc. They are expected to take the appropriate decision at the right time and ensure that the same are implemented properly.


Eligibility
  • XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt.
  • Students who passed XII from other than Maharashtra Board (i.e. ICSE / ISC / CBSE, other State Boards etc) will have to fill in provisional eligibility form in the office before payment of fees.
Duration Six Semesters spread over three years
Subjects

First Year: First Semester

  • Environment and Management of Financial Services
  • Principles of Management
  • Effective Communication – I
  • Economics - I (Micro)
  • Quantitative Methods – I
  • Introduction to Computer Systems

First Year: Second Semester

  • Principles and Practices of Banking and Insurance
  • Financial Accounting
  • Effective Communication – II
  • Economics - II (Macro)
  • Quantitative Methods – II
  • Business Law

Second Year: Third Semester

  • Laws Governing Banking & Insurance
  • Financial Management – I
  • Management Accounting
  • Customer Relationship
  • Information Technology in Banking & Insurance
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Taxation of Financial Services

Second Year: Fourth Semester

  • Universal Banking
  • Financial Management – II
  • Innovations in Banking and Insurance
  • Corporate Law and Laws Governing Capital Markets
  • Entrepreneurship Management
  • Financial Markets
  • Cost Accounting of Banking & Insurance

Third Year: Fifth Semester

  • Marketing in Banking & Insurance
  • Financial Services Management
  • International Banking & Finance
  • Financial Reporting and Analysis
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Auditing
  • Banking Project Work

Third Year: Sixth Semester

  • Strategic Management
  • Central Banking
  • International Business
  • Human Resource Management in Banking and Insurance
  • Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
  • Turnaround Management
  • Insurance Project Work
Pattern Written Paper is of 75 marks whereas Internals consists of 25 marks
Fifth and Sixth Semester is conducted by the University
Passing Standards In order to pass, a minimum of aggregate 40% marks are required in every paper and not more than two A.T.K.Ts are allowed at the end of the academic year.
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance)

The University of Mumbai started the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) course in 2003-04.The main aim to introduce this course was to improve self-employment and provide benefits to the organizations by providing them with suitable trained persons in the field of Accounting and Finance by way of interaction, projects, presentations, industrial visits, practical training, job orientation and placements. Well as we know that Finance is one of the major aspect for every individual as well an organization, not only the sources of finance are important but its optimum utilization and planning is required to increase the profitability. At the same time accounting helps to maintain clear records of all financial transactions which help for smooth functioning of organization. A BAF student acquires specialized knowledge for the same and further the candidate can enhance their knowledge by pursuing M.com in Finance or MBA in Finance and can also opt for CA (Chartered Accountant)


Eligibility
  • XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt.
  • Students who passed XII from other than Maharashtra Board (i.e. ICSE / ISC / CBSE, other State Boards etc) will have to fill in provisional eligibility form in the office before payment of fees.
Duration Six Semesters spread over three years
Subjects

First Year: First Semester

  • Financial Accounting Paper -I
  • Cost Accounting Paper- I
  • Economics- Paper - I
  • Commerce Paper- I
  • Information Technology Paper-I
  • Business Communication Paper-I

First Year: Second Semester

  • Financial Accounting Paper -
  • Auditing Paper - I
  • Financial Management Paper - I
  • Taxation Paper - I
  • Business Law Paper - I
  • Quantitative Methods for Business
  • Business Communication Paper – II

Second Year: Third Semester

  • Financial Accounting Paper - III
  • Cost Accounting Paper - II
  • Auditing Paper - II
  • Economics Paper - II
  • Business Law Paper - II
  • (POM) Management Paper - I
  • Foundation Course – II

Second Year: Fourth Semester

  • Financial Management Paper- II
  • Management Accounting Paper - I
  • Taxation Paper - II
  • Commerce Paper - II
  • Business Law Paper - III
  • Information Technology Paper - II
  • Quantitative Methods for Business- II

Third Year: Fifth Semester

  • Financial Accounting Paper - IV
  • Cost Accounting Paper - III
  • Auditing Paper- III
  • Management Accounting Paper - II
  • Taxation Paper - III
  • Economics- III

Third Year: Sixth Semester

  • Financial Accounting Paper - V
  • Cost Accounting Paper- IV
  • Auditing Paper - IV
  • Taxation Paper - IV
  • Management - II
Pattern Written Paper is of 75 marks whereas Internals consists of 25 marks
Fifth and Sixth Semester is conducted by the University
Passing Standards In order to pass, a minimum of aggregate 40% marks are required in every paper and not more than two A.T.K.Ts are allowed at the end of the academic year.
Bachelor of Management Studies

Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) is full time degree program introduced by a number of institutes. University of Mumbai has introduced the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) from the academic year 1999-2000. A BMS degree provides adequate basic understanding about management education among the students. Compare to a regular degree, BMS offers more of skill enhancement and practical knowledge besides theoretical understanding through a teaching pedagogy of case studies, projects, industrial visits, presentation, etc which is similar to MBA.BMS graduates have a slight edge over other as they have better exposure and knowledge of the world. After the completion of BMS, an individual can pursue a career in the following fields of Sales, Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, Research and Development, Jobs in PSU banks.


Eligibility
  • XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt.
  • Students who passed XII from other than Maharashtra Board (i.e. ICSE / ISC / CBSE, other State Boards etc) will have to fill in provisional eligibility form in the office before payment of fees.
Duration Six Semesters spread over three years
Subjects

First Year: First Semester

  • Foundations of Human Skills
  • Introduction to Financial Accounts
  • Business Law
  • Business Statistics
  • Business Communication
  • Principles of Management
  • Introduction to Computers

First Year: Second Semester

  • Business Environment
  • Industrial Law
  • Computer Applications in Business
  • Managerial Economics – I
  • Business Mathematics
  • Introduction to Cost Accounting
  • Environmental Management

Second Year: Third Semester

  • Management Accounting
  • Managerial Economics – II
  • Marketing Management
  • Business Aspects in Banking & Insurance
  • Production Management & Materials Management
  • Strategic Management

Second Year: Fourth Semester

  • Productivity and Quality Management
  • Direct & Indirect Taxes
  • Export Import Procedure & Documentation
  • Cooperatives & Rural Markets
  • Research Methods in Business
  • Public Relations Management

Third Year: Fifth Semester

  • Human Resource Management
  • Indian Management – Thoughts and Practices
  • Financial Management
  • Operations Research
  • International Marketing
  • Elective I – Special Studies in Marketing OR Special Studies in Finance
  • Project Work

Third Year: Sixth Semester

  • Entrepreneurship & Management of Small and Medium Enterprises
  • Elements of Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  • Service Sector Management
  • Business Ethics & Corp Social Responsibility
  • International Finance
  • Elective II Retail Mgmt OR Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management OR Econometrics
Pattern Written Paper is of 75 marks whereas Internals consists of 25 marks
Fifth and Sixth Semester is conducted by the University
Passing Standards In order to pass, a minimum of aggregate 40% marks are required in every paper and not more than two A.T.K.Ts are allowed at the end of the academic year.
Bachelor of Mass Media

Media has perhaps played the most powerful role in history, politics, economics & society. It is not limited being a tool of communication anymore. In our present day world, media- broadcast and print media in particular, are considered mainly to be entities that reflect the face of the society as it exists today. Since it has a vital role to play it’s our fundamental responsibility as academicians to equip students with its various forms like print, radio, television, cinema, internet etc. It is with the same understanding that university of Mumbai introduced Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM) in 2000- 2001. Bachelor of Mass Media is a media based course, and at present is a sought after media program within the undergraduate student community. It provides the students with a perfect platform to showcase their projects, presentations and performances and simultaneously develop their talents, excelling themselves in their chosen arena of media outlets viz. Advertising or Journalism.


Eligibility
  • XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt.
  • Students who passed XII from other than Maharashtra Board (i.e. ICSE / ISC / CBSE, other State Boards etc) will have to fill in provisional eligibility form in the office before payment of fees.
Duration Six Semesters spread over three years
Subjects

First Year: First Semester

  • Effective Communication Skills – I
  • Fundamentals of Mass Communication
  • Introduction to Computers
  • Landmarks to 20th Century World History
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Economics

First Year: Second Semester

  • Effective Communication Skills – II
  • Political Concepts and Indian Political Systems
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Principles of Management
  • Introduction to Literature in English

Second Year: Third Semester

  • Introduction to Advertising
  • Introduction to Journalism
  • Introduction to Public Relations
  • Introduction to Media Studies
  • Introduction to Culture Studies
  • Introduction to Creative Writing

Second Year: Fourth Semester

  • Mass Media Research
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Understanding Cinema
  • Radio and Television
  • Advance Computers
  • Print Production and Photography

Specialization: Advertising

Specialization: Journalism

Third Year: Fifth Semester

  • Advertising in Contemporary Society
  • Copywriting
  • Advertising Design
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Media Planning and Buying
  • Brand Building

Third Year: Fifth Semester

  • Reporting
  • Editing
  • Feature and Opinion
  • Journalism and Public Opinion
  • Indian Regional Journalism
  • Niche and Magazine Journalism – I

Third Year: Sixth Semester

  • Contemporary Issues
  • Advertising & Marketing Research
  • Legal Environment & Advertising Ethics
  • Financial Management for Marketing & Advertising
  • Agency Management
  • Principles and Practice of Direct Marketing

Third Year: Sixth Semester

Press Laws and Ethics

  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Niche Journalism – II
  • Internet and Issue in the Global Media
  • News Media Management
  • Contemporary Issues
Pattern Written Paper is of 75 marks whereas Internals consists of 25 marks
Fifth and Sixth Semester is conducted by the University
Passing Standards In order to pass, a minimum of aggregate 40% marks are required in every paper and not more than two A.T.K.Ts are allowed at the end of the academic year.

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