M.Com. (Computer Applications) Course Details


The program would typically be a two-year course, divided into semesters.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates should have a bachelor's degree in commerce or a related field from a recognized university. Some programs might have additional requirements related to computer applications or information technology.

Course Curriculum

Core Commerce Courses

Advanced studies in accounting, finance, economics, and business management.

Computer Applications Courses

Specialized courses in programming, database management, information systems, and business applications.


Study of electronic commerce principles and practices.

Business Analytics

Analyzing and interpreting business data for decision-making.

Project Work/Dissertation

Some programs may require students to undertake a research project or dissertation.

Career Opportunities

IT-Enabled Financial Services

IT Financial Analyst

Analyzing financial data using IT tools and technologies.

Financial Software Developer

Developing software solutions for financial services.

E-commerce and Online Businesses

E-commerce Manager

Overseeing online business operations.

Digital Marketing Specialist

Developing and implementing digital marketing strategies.

IT Consulting

IT Consultant

Advising businesses on technology solutions and strategies.

ERP Consultant

Implementing and maintaining enterprise resource planning systems.

Business Analytics

Business Analyst

Analyzing business data to provide insights and recommendations.

Data Analyst

Handling and interpreting large sets of data for decision-making.

Database Management

Database Administrator

Managing and optimizing databases for businesses.

Data Warehousing Specialist

Designing and maintaining data warehousing solutions.

Software Development

Business Applications Developer

Creating software applications for business needs.

ERP Developer

Developing and customizing enterprise resource planning systems.

Project Management

IT Project Manager

Planning and overseeing IT projects in organizations.

Information Systems Management

Information Systems Manager

Managing the implementation and maintenance of information systems.

Technology in Finance

Fintech Analyst

Working on technological solutions for the financial industry.

Blockchain Specialist

Working on blockchain technologies.


Cybersecurity Analyst

Ensuring the security of computer systems and networks.

IT Security Consultant

Advising on IT security measures for businesses.

Teaching and Training

Lecturer/Trainer in IT and Commerce

Teaching or training in educational institutions or corporate settings.


Technology Entrepreneur

Starting and managing technology-focused businesses.