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Graduates in Commerce are able to plot a career path in the world of business. Success in any choice of career will depend on how the students uses this foundation course as a stepping stone to study further and gain post graduate qualifications. This course is also offered in the NIGHT section at a substantially lowered cost.

 

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) – Day

 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year (Accountancy)

Third Year (Management)

Semester I

Semester III

Semester V

Semester V

Commerce – I Advertising – I Commerce – V (MHRM) Commerce – V (MHRM)
Foundation Course – I Commerce – III Business Economics – V Business Economics – V
Business Economics -I Business Law – I Export Marketing – I Export Marketing – I
Environmental Studies – I Foundation Course – III Direct & Indirect Taxation – I Direct & Indirect Taxation – I
Business Communication – I Business Economics – III Computer System & Applications – I Computer System & Applications – I
Accountancy & Financial Management – I Accountancy & Financial Management – III Accountancy & Financial Management – V Business Management – I
Mathematical & Statistical Techniques – I Accountancy & Financial Management – VI Business Management – II
Accountancy & Financial Management – VII Business Management – III

Semester II

Semester IV

Semester VI

Semester VI

Commerce – II Advertising – II Commerce – VI (MHRM) Commerce – VI (MHRM)
Foundation Course – II Commerce – IV Business Economics – VI Business Economics – VI
Business Economics -II Business Law – II Export Marketing – II Export Marketing – II
Environmental Studies – II Foundation Course – IV Direct & Indirect Taxation – II Direct & Indirect Taxation – II
Business Communication – II Business Economics – IV Computer System & Applications – II Computer System & Applications – II
Accountancy & Financial Management – II Accountancy & Financial Management – IV Accountancy & Financial Management – VIII Business Management – IV
Mathematical & Statistical Techniques – II Accountancy & Financial Management – IX Business Management – V
Accountancy & Financial Management – X Business Management – VI

 

 

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) – Night

 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year (Accountancy)

Third Year (Management)

Semester I

Semester III

Semester V

Semester V

Commerce – I Advertising – I Commerce – V (MHRM) Commerce – V (MHRM)
Foundation Course – I Commerce – III Business Economics – V Business Economics – V
Business Economics -I Business Law – I Export Marketing – I Export Marketing – I
Environmental Studies – I Foundation Course – III Direct & Indirect Taxation – I Direct & Indirect Taxation – I
Business Communication – I Business Economics – III Computer System & Applications – I Computer System & Applications – I
Accountancy & Financial Management – I Accountancy & Financial Management – III Accountancy & Financial Management – V Business Management – I
Mathematical & Statistical Techniques – I Accountancy & Financial Management – VI Business Management – II
Accountancy & Financial Management – VII Business Management – III

Semester II

Semester IV

Semester VI

Semester VI

Commerce – II Advertising – II Commerce – VI (MHRM) Commerce – VI (MHRM)
Foundation Course – II Commerce – IV Business Economics – VI Business Economics – VI
Business Economics -II Business Law – II Export Marketing – II Export Marketing – II
Environmental Studies – II Foundation Course – IV Direct & Indirect Taxation – II Direct & Indirect Taxation – II
Business Communication – II Business Economics – IV Computer System & Applications – II Computer System & Applications – II
Accountancy & Financial Management – II Accountancy & Financial Management – IV Accountancy & Financial Management – VIII Business Management – IV
Mathematical & Statistical Techniques – II Accountancy & Financial Management – IX Business Management – V
Accountancy & Financial Management – X

 

The University of Mumbai has introduced this course to create for students not only as an additional avenue of self-employment but also to enrich industry by providing them with suitable trained persons in the field of Accounting & Finance.

 

Bachelor of Commerce – Accounting & Finance (B.A.F.)

 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year 

Semester I

Semester III

Semester V

Financial Accounting –

Elements of Financial Accounting – Paper I

Financial Accounting – Special Accounting Areas – Paper III Financial Accounting Paper – V
Cost Accounting –

Introduction and Element of Cost – Paper I

Cost Accounting – Paper II (Methods of Costing) Costing Accounting Paper – III
Economics – Micro Economics – Paper I Auditing Paper – II (Techniques of Auditing and Audit Procedures) Financial Management Paper – II
Commerce –

Business Environment – Paper I

Economics – Paper II (Macro Economics) Taxation Paper -III (Direct Tax Paper – I)
Accounting with the use of accounting softwares –

Introduction and Applications – Paper I

Business Law – Paper II (Business Regulatory Framework) Auditing Paper – III
Business Communication – Paper I Management – Paper II (Introduction to Management) Management Paper – II (Management Applications)
Foundation Course – Commercial Environment – Paper I Quantitative Methods for Business – Paper II

Semester II

Semester IV

Semester VI

Financial Accounting – Special Accounting Areas – Paper II Financial Accounting – Special Accounting Areas – Paper IV Financial Accounting Paper – VI
Auditing – Introduction and Planning – Paper I Management Accounting – Introduction – Paper I Costing Accounting Paper – IV
Financial Management – Introduction – Paper I Taxation Paper II (Indirect Taxes) Financial Management Paper – III
Taxation and Indirect Taxes – Paper II Commerce Paper II (Financial Market Operations) Taxation Paper -IV (Direct Tax Paper – II)
Business Law – Business Regulatory Business Law – Company Law – Paper III Financial Accounting Paper – VII
Framework – Paper I Quantitative Methods for Business –

Paper I

Information Technology – Applications in Business – Paper II Economics Paper – III (Indian Economy)
Business Communication – Application in Business –

Paper II

Foundation Course – Value Education and Soft Skill – Paper II

 

Over the last few years, Banking and Insurance have grown hugely in terms of business potential. This course provides students with a strong understanding of Banking and Insurance. This specialisation should be treated as an intermediate step in the pursuit of post- graduate qualifications like C-RIM (Risk and Insurance Management), Insurance Management and Health Insurance Management.

 

Bachelor of Commerce – Banking & Insurance (B.B.I.)

 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

Semester I

Semester III

Semester V

Economics – I (Micro) Taxation of Financial Services Auditing
Quantitative Methods Laws Governing Banking & Insurance Financial Reporting Analysis
Introduction to Computer System Financial Management – I Financial Services Management
Principles of Management Organisational Behaviour International Banking & Finance
Effective Communication – I Information Technology in Banking & Insurance Marketing in Banking & Insurance
Environment and Management of Financial Services Management Accounting Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
Customer Relations Management in Banking & Insurance Project in Banking (Viva-based)

Semester II

Semester IV

Semester VI

Business Law Financial Markets Strategic Management
Economics – II (Micro) Universal Banking International Business
Financial Accounting Financial Management – II Turnaround Management
Quantitative Methods – II Entrepreneurship Management Human Resource  Management
Effective Communication – II Innovations in Banking and Insurance Central Banking
Principles And Practices of Banking& Insurance Corporate Law & Laws governing Capital Market Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
Cost Accounting of Banking & Insurance Project in Insurance (Viva-based)

B.M.S. provides adequate basic understanding of Management education. This course exposes the student to practical aspects like project work, group studies, case studies and presentations which form part of an MBA programme. This degree is much sought after in the Sales & Marketing and Finance divisions of private sector companies. Management markets, especially as Indian companies are making their presence felt world-wide.

 

Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.)

 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

Semester I

Semester III

Semester V

Foundation of Human Skills Managerial Economics ‐ II Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Introduction to Financial Accounts Principles of Marketing Ethics & Governance
Principles of Management ‐ I Accounting for Managerial Decisions Project Work
Business Law Organization Behavior & HRM Finance Group – Electives
Business Statistics Finance Group – Elective 1. Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
Business Communication 1. Basic of Financial Services 2. Commodity & Derivatives Market
Introduction to Computers 2. Corporate Finance 3. Wealth Management
Marketing Group – Elective 4. Strategic Financial Management
1. Consumer Behavior Marketing Group – Elective
2. Strategic Management 1. Services marketing
2. E-Commerce & Digital Marketing
3. Sales & Distribution management
4. Customer Relationship Management

Semester II

Semester IV

Semester VI

Business Environment Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management Operation Research
Industrial Law Business Research Methods Indian Ethos in Management
Managerial Economics ‐ I Direct Taxes Corporate Communication & Public Relations
Business Mathematics Production & Total Quality Management Finance Group – Elective
Introduction to Cost Accounting Finance Group – Elective 1. Risk Management
Computer Applications in Business 1. Advance Costing & Auditing 2. International Finance
Environmental Management 2. Equity & Debt Market 3. Innovative Financial Services
Marketing Group – Elective 4. Project Management
1. Integrated Marketing Communication & Advertising Marketing Group – Elective
2. Rural Marketing 1. Brand Management
2. Retail Management
3. International Marketing
4. Media Planning & Management

 

This course is designed to provide students with a firm grounding in communication skills. Enhancement of creativity and critical thinking form the backbone of this programme. Students are encouraged to combine theory with practical applications using detailed research, lucid writing skills, oral presentations and various media tools. The college offers both Advertising as well as Journalism specialisation.

 

Bachelor of Mass Media (B.M.M.)

 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year (Advertising)

Third Year (Journalism)

Semester I

Semester III

Semester V

Semester V

History of World & India Media Studies Copy-writing Editing
Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Creative Writing Brand Building Reporting
Introduction to Economics Cultural Studies Consumer Behaviour Features & Opinion
Introduction to Computers Introduction to Advance Computers Media Planning & Buying Journalism & Public Opinion
Effective Communication Skills- I Understanding Cinema Advertising in Contemporary Society Indian Regional Journalism
Fundamentals of Mass Communication Introduction to Public Relations Ad Design (Portfolio + Practicals)

Semester II

Semester IV

Semester VI

Semester VI

Political Concepts & the Indian Political System Television & Radio Agency Management Press Laws & Ethics
Principles of Marketing Mass Media Research Financial Management for Marketing & Advertising Broadcast and Journalism
Introduction to Literature Organizational Behaviour Legal Environment and Advertising Ethics News Media Management
Principles of Management Introduction to Journalism Advertising & Marketing Research Business & Magazine Journalism
Introduction to Media Psychology Introduction to Advertising The Principles & Practice of Direct Marketing Internet and Issues In the Global Media
Effective Communication Skills- II Print Production and Photography Contemporary Issues Contemporary Issues

 

India’s IT & IT enabled services industry keep growing due to a fast expanding domestic market. Students get intensive and extensive software training in the smartly-equipped computer and laptop labs. There is huge demand for students doing this course.

 

Bachelor of Science – Information Technology (B.Sc. – I.T.)

 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

Semester I

Semester III

Semester V

Applied Mathematics – I Semester III Advanced Java
Introduction to C++ Programming Advanced SQL Software Testing
Professional Communication Skills Computer Graphics ASP.Net with C#
Electronics & Communication Technology Logic & Discrete Mathematics Network Security
Fundamentals of Information Technology Modern Operating Systems Linux Administration
Object Oriented Programming with C++

Semester II

Semester IV

Semester VI

Applied Mathematics – II Multimedia Data Warehousing
Database Management System Embedded Systems Internet Technology
Web Designing & Programming Software Engineering Project Management
Microprocessor and Micro controllers Java and Data Structures Intellectual Property Rights & Cyber Laws
Data Communication & Networking Standards Quantitative Techniques Project Work + Viva Voce

 

Computer Science deals with creating, developing and extending underlying Computer technology. This course provides an indepth theoretical understanding of Mathematics, Electronics and Programming. At the end of the course, a student becomes a complete professional who has knowledge of both hardware and software.

 

Bachelor of Science – Computer Science (B.Sc. – C.S.)

 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

Semester I

Semester III

Semester V

Physics – I Mathematics – I Advanced Java – I
Physics – II Mathematics  – II Operating Systems
Mathematics – I Mathematics  – III Database Management System – II
Mathematics  – II Foundation Course – III Data Communication Networking & Security – I
Foundation Course – I Discrete Mathematics Principles of Web Designing & Web Technology – I
Computer Organization – I C++ Programming
Algorithm & Programming in C – I Database Management Systems – I

Semester II

Semester IV

Semester VI

Physics – I Mathematics – I Linux
Physics – II Mathematics  – II Advanced Java – II
Mathematics – I Mathematics  – III Software Engineering
Mathematics  – II Foundation Course – IV Data Communication Networking & Security – II
Foundation Course – II Java Programming Principles Of Web Designing & Web Technology – II
Computer Organization – II Computer Graphics
Algorithm & Programming in C – II Software Engineering

 

Clinical research, diagnostic sciences in healthcare and preventive medicine in the pharmaceutical industry need microbiologists. Food preservation, quality control in the packaged food industry and the role of microbes in environmental balance are some other areas where graduates in microbiology get remunerative and challenging jobs. Marine Microbiology is a relatively new division and promises to be an exciting one.

 

Bachelor of Science – Microbiology (B.Sc. – Micro.)

 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

Semester I

Semester III

Semester V

Zoology – I Zoology – I Microbiology – I
Zoology – II Zoology – II Microbiology – II
Chemistry – I Zoology – III Microbiology – III
Chemistry – II Microbiology – I Microbiology – IV
Microbiology – I Microbiology – II Applied Component – I  (Food Nutrition & Adulteration)
Microbiology – II Microbiology – III
Foundation Course – I Foundation Course – III

Semester II

Semester IV

Semester VI

Zoology – I Zoology – I Microbiology – I
Zoology – II Zoology – II Microbiology – II
Chemistry – I Zoology – III Microbiology – III
Chemistry – II Microbiology – I Microbiology – IV
Microbiology – I Microbiology – II Applied Component – II  (Food Nutrition & Adulteration)
Microbiology – II Microbiology – III
Foundation Course – II Foundation Course – IV

 

Super-specialisation is vital in today’s competitive work environment. A post-graduate qualification in Commerce ensures a faster growing career which has multiple options.

 

 

Master of Commerce (M.Com.) – Advanced Accountancy

 

First Year

Second Year

Semester I

Semester III

Strategic Management Research Methodology
Economics of Global Trade & Finance Advanced Financial Management
Advanced Financial Accounting Advanced Auditing
Advanced Cost Accounting Direct & Indirect Tax (Applied)

Semester II

Semester IV

Strategic Management Research Methodology
Economics of Global Trade & Finance Advanced Financial Management
Advanced Financial Accounting Advanced Auditing
Advanced Cost Accounting Direct & Indirect Tax (Applied)

 

Master of Commerce (M.Com.) – Business Management

 

First Year

Second Year

Semester I

Semester III

Strategic Management Research Methodology
Economics of Global Trade & Finance Organisational Behaviour
Human Resource Management International Marketing
Marketing Strategies and Plans Entrepreneurship Management

Semester II

Semester IV

Strategic Management Research Methodology
Economics of Global Trade & Finance Organisational Behaviour
Human Resource Management International Marketing
Marketing Strategies and Plans Entrepreneurship Management

 

Note: –
1. University has introduced 40:60 Credit, Grade and Semester Exam for MCom programme from 2012-13.
2. TY BMM also can now do MCom (with Business Management only) under the revised University rules.