B. Com. stands for Bachelor of Commerce. It is a 3 years long Bachelor Degree program. Usually, it is 12th Commerce stream passed students who pursue this professional course after completing their schooling. Still, even 12th Science stream and Arts stream students are technically eligible to pursue this Degree. Students who enroll for this Bachelor Degree program have to select a set of subjects to be pursued. Usually, in case of B. Com. Degree, the important topics taught during the program are- managerial subjects, accountancy, economics, law, statistics, finance, English etc. B. Com. Honours is a good program where the above courses are taught and at the same time, students are allowed to pursue a specialization subject in final year of the program. In this article, I will list down the top and market oriented specialization areas that B. Com. Aspirants may pursue!
B.Com. is like a foundation course. Based on this qualification, you may specialize in different disciplines. And when it comes to such disciplines, the better they are, the better your career prospects and salary will be!Some specializations are newly introduced ones. So, don’t expect each and every College to offer all of the below mentioned courses.Information Management Discipline (mentioned below) is a good example of it. It is a relatively new entrant. It also focuses on Technology, along with concepts of Commerce. Not all Colleges are offering this discipline at the moment!
Note that the below mentioned specializations are doing very well at present. They are also expected to perform at a similar level in future also. But with changes in Global market, the existing scenario may change!
B. Com. Honours top specializations
1 Accounts and Finance
3 Investment Management
4 Banking and Insurance
5 Financial Market
7 Human Resources
9 Information Management
Apart from the above mentioned specializations, there are number of other areas available too, where B. Com. Graduates may specialize. But the above mentioned areas of specializations stands above the rest, for they are market oriented as well as job oriented ones! Some of them are newly introduced courses, while some others are traditional ones.