The course structure for B.Com (Hons.) is carefully planned to ensure that a wide range of qualities are passed onto students. The B.Com (Hons.) syllabus is updated in tandem with the issuance of a new set of Accounting and Reporting Standards set out by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
B.Com (Hons.) course syllabus also provides for specialisation in Block Chain and & Financial Technologies, Forensic Accounting and Corporate Fraud, Banking & Insurance, Derivative and Risk Management. With changing times, BMU believes in providing all the skills necessary to survive in a technologically advanced environment.
The first year at the program deals with Business law, economics and accounts to provide a strong hold over a student’s fundamental concepts. Third and fourth semesters require students to take up electives as a part of B.Com (Hons.) general syllabus. The electives constitute the tally of wide ranging B.Com subjects, including psychology, sociology, political science, environmental science etc.
Owing to the hand-on approach BMU is known for, the fifth semester in B.Com (Hons.) syllabus requires students to undergo an articleship/ internship along with a project. The last semester has strategic management as a focus and other electives that the student might want to study alongside.