About BCom(H) Management Accounting (CMA-US, CFA Level-I)
B.Com in Management Accounting is an undergraduate course that trains a student in the key concepts of management in accounting on a global or international scale. The duration of the B.Comin Management Accounting is 3 years.
What is BCom(H) Management Accounting (CMA-US, CFA Level-I)
As organisations demand more analytical and problem-solving skills from their financial professionals, an increasing number of people are earning the CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) credential. This degree prepares the students to clear CMA examinations during their 3 year of graduation.
Why choose BCom(H) Management Accounting (CMA-US, CFA Level-I)
: It is the only course in India to integrate 3 years compulsory practical training into the curriculum.Students will also have an option to prepare for CFA level-1 during their graduation.
Why Choose GCEC for B.Com (H) Management Accounting
The daily college curriculum is designed to provide students with learning from both worlds theoretical as well as practical that involves 3 hours of rigorous academic study covering theoretical aspects followed by 4-6 hours of internship. GCEC focuses more on practical learning rather than books for the holistic development of every individual. There are compulsory 3 years of internship to make the students ready for the outside world and also groom their skills so that they are better than all others out there.
Course Duration of Bachelor of Commerce [B.COM] (Management Accounting) is 3 Years.
Minimum Percentage Required: 60% in 10+2 from a recognized board.
Age should be between 17 to 25 years.
B.Com (H) Management Accounting Employment Offerings
Average Salary of B.Com (H) Management Accounting in India is INR 4L+ per annum
GCEC students has been offered an average salary package of INR 4,00,000 with the highest package being INR 12,00,000
Employment Roles: Budget Analyst, Financial Analyst, Accounting Manager, Controller, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Treasurer
Specialize in Management (MBA) – MBA is the most popular choice for a B.COM graduate. The course takes you one step further in the management stream and builds on the basic principles that a student is taught in the B.COM course.
Start their own Business – Most of the students from GCEC College start their own business. From 1st year of college students start to consider gaining experience before starting the business, whether that be through volunteer work, apprenticeship, internship, or general work experience.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)- For those looking to pursue a career in academia, then a PhD is an essential qualification which will allow them to both continue their research, and to teach University students.
Other Advance Course’s in the Field of Finance:
- C.F.A (Professional Degree)
- C.A. (Professional Degree)
B.Com (H) Management Accounting Selection Process
Selection for the three-year Management Accounting programme will be based on grades in the 12th grade, followed by individual results in the following enrolment rounds.
- Case Study Test: Students would be given a business-oriented case study which they would be required to solve within a given time.
- Personal Interview: An interview would be conducted by our team and the student must be present for it at the allocated date and time.
B.Com (H) Management Accounting Course Fee Structure
- REGISTRATION FEES: Rs. 3,000/- (Fees for Application & Entrance Process (non-refundable)
- TUITION FEES: Rs. 43,000/- per semester (Payable every Semester in Advance)
- EXAM FEES: Rs. 2,500/- per semester (Payable every Semester in Advance)
- ALUMNI & DEGREE FEES: Rs. 3,000/- (Payable only once at the Time of Admission – refundable)
- SECURITY DEPOSIT: Rs. 7,500/- (Payable only once at the Time of Admission – refundable)
BCom(H) Management Accounting (CMA-US, CFA Level-I) Career & Job Prospects
After completing this course, students will be able to following line of career:
- Finance & consulting sectors
- Banking Sectors
- Public Sector
- Business Management
- Hospitality & management