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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com Hons) Corporate Accounting with CMA (US)

in School of Commerce, Presidency University, Bangalore

₹115000 per year/ sem
Overview
Stream

Commerce

Medium

English

Duration

3 Years

Modes

Full Time

Course detail and Structure

Bachelor of Commerce B.com (Hons) Corporate Accounting with CMA (US) is a 3-year course in School of Commerce, Presidency University. The students are taught how to prepare companies final accounts, cash flow statements and how to analyse and interpret the financial results of a company. It is a course that is internationally recognized and brings out the students’ strategic thinking capabilities and ability to convert data into dialogue. The curriculum of the course is designed in a way that it can meet the requirement of a professional expertise of the industry.

Fees Details
* Fees are subjective to change based on various factors
College Fees

3-Years Full Term

Per Year

₹115000/-

Eligibility
Stream

Minimum Eligibility to Apply

Bachelor of Commerce B.com (Hons) Corporate Accounting with CMA (US)

Candidate must have passed 10+2 / PUC or its equivalent with 45% of marks from a recognised board.

Placement and Career

The college placement cell:

  • Provides training to the students 

  • Organise campus interviews

  • Helps in career guidance

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Rs 782,094

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A Charted Accountant handle all financial reports of a business and review these reports and tabulate the company's finances therefore the company knows exactly how much money they are spending and how much they are making. Then they relate it to the cost of running each department of the company.

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