What scope does Commerce have?
Commerce is a fundamental academic stream across the globe. The field of commerce is the most influential and strongest social institution or current times.
The field of commerce deals with trading things of economic value between two or more entities, in other words, exchange of services or goods from a producer to the final consumer.
Commerce is a well-structured course to chart once career plan with. Most of the commerce stream jobs require on-the-job experience and some skills sets to help you grow. Courses after 12th commerce have a lot of scope and advantage if taken correctly.
Commerce as a career
We have answered some questions that you may have regarding taking up Commerce.
Commerce offers a gamut of career options to meet the dynamic needs of the global economy.
- Financial Services
- Law Firms
- Accounting and Audit Firms
- Government services (Civil services)
- Entrepreneurial start ups
- Careers in Mutual fund
- Careers in Insurance
- Career in capital markets.
Among Commerce courses, students can consider selecting from specialized fields such as Accounting and Finance, Banking and Finance, Accounting and Taxation, Actuarial Science, Business Administration, Applied Economics, e-commerce, Financial Accounting, Banking and Insurance, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship.
The suggestive core subject combinations include Economics, Accountancy and Business Studies along with optional subjects like Statistics or Computer Science.
A field like commerce offers a plethora of job opportunities. Students choosing commerce
as their field of study can opt for careers like Business Executive, Accountant, HR Manager,
Data Analyst, Marketing Manager, Investment Banker, Wealth Manager, Project Manager, Research and Development Manager etc.,
- Accountancy (Mandatory)
- Business Studies (Mandatory)
- Economics (Mandatory)
- English (Mandatory)
- Basic Mathematics
- Computer Science
- Computer Science, Economics, Business Studies and Accountancy (CEBA)
- Basic Maths, Economics, Business Studies and Accountancy (MEBA)
- History, Economics, Business Studies and Accountancy (HEBA)
- Statistics, Economics, Business Studies and Accountancy (SEBA)
Economics, Business Studies and Accountancy.
Commerce Maths is termed as Basic Maths at PU level. Both Basic Maths and Mathematics have parallel topics and exclusive topics as well. These two subjects are different in syllabus content and applications.
The Math in Commerce is basically related to the business part with chapters such as Commission,
Brokerage and Discount, Calculation of Profits, whereas the Science part will have chapters such as Integration and Definite Integrals.
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