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M.Com (Financial Analysis)

Why take this course?

Are you interested in exploring the spectrum of careers in commerce? The two year (4 semester) Master of Commerce program offered by School of Commerce Studies, Jain University offers a course in Master of Commerce with specialization in Financial Analysis. The course offered at Jain University is designed to meet the industry demands and develop students’ knowledge and understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards. This course deals with concepts and principles which underpin finance and their application in reality and also offers a combination of accounting and finance studies in order to enhance career prospects and extend knowledge of both disciplines.

What will I experience?

  • Strengthen the theoretical, analytical and applied knowledge base of commerce.
  • Understand and explain the structure of the framework of international accounting.
  • Apply relevant financial reporting standards to key elements of financial report
  • Identify and apply disclosure requirements for companies in financial reports and notes
  • Learn to prepare group financial statements including subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures

What opportunities might it lead to?

After completing your post-graduate degree in KPMG Certified International Accounting Professional (KCIAP), the offers are exciting with an amazing career path ahead. This course will open up a wide range of interesting and rewarding career opportunities in finance and business.

The career opportunities for graduates with this course are wide open in the areas of banks, finance companies, share broking, commodity, PE funds, and regulators like RBI, Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Forward Market Commission (FMC) and stock exchanges like NSE, BSE, commodity, currency and derivative exchanges. A post-graduation can be pursued which can be further expanded with research in areas like marketing (institutional and retail), operations & risk management and dealing, portfolio management services, treasury & arbitrage, distribution of products, legal, secretarial accounts and compliance etc.

Degree Awarded

Master of Commerce

Course Commencement

July 2017

Eligibility

Undergraduate degree in either of the areas of Commerce / Accounting / Management with minimum 50% marks from a recognized institute or university.

Study Campus

Admissions Office



Curriculum Structure & Teaching

I Semester
  • Management Accounting
  • Fundamentals of Corporate Accounting
  • Corporate Law
  • Economics for Business Decisions
  • Management Theory and Practice
  • FA Project - I
II Semester
  • Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions
  • Advanced Corporate Accounting
  • International Accounting - I
  • Advanced Financial Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • FA Project - II
III Semester
  • Introduction to Business Analytics
  • Corporate Governance and Ethics
  • International Accounting - II
  • Auditing and Reporting
  • Corporate Tax Planning
  • Value Enhancing Course
  • Stock Markets and Financial Journalism
IV Semester
  • Advanced Management Accounting
  • Business Oriented Computer Application & Tally
  • International Accounting - III
  • International Financial Management
  • Internship and Report

Teaching and Assessment

A variety of engaging teaching methods like workshops, lectures, projects and seminars, are conducted from time to time at Jain University. Our highly knowledgeable professors always make themselves available to students outside of the classroom, even beyond office hours and help the students to bring out the best in them. The faculty make it a point of connecting with their students to create a fulfilling academic experience. This allows to build a closer student-professor relationship

How are you assessed?

On this course you will encounter a balance of formal examinations and varied methods of coursework assessment including:

  • Internal tests
  • Assignments
  • Seminar presentation
  • Class tests
  • Preparatory theory and Practical examination
  • End term theory and Practical examination