Master of Commerce in E-Commerce – M.com (e-Commerce)

Master of Commerce in e-Commerce commonly known as M.com in e-commerce is a postgraduate programme in Electronic Commerce. The M.Com naturally requires two years of full-time study to complete. This programme covers all the concepts of IT, Commerce, Finance and Economics. In this course applicants will be trained on how to apply these above concepts in e-commerce business. The goal of this program in e-commerce is to provide both managerial and technological knowledge that will allow students to contribute in and master the Internet’s potential as a marketplace. Graduates can expect to find employment in a number of industries including accounting and auditing, banking and finance, information systems design, e-risk and e-assurance divisions of financial and management consulting firms and business services and consulting.

M.com (e-commerce) Eligibility Criteria

Candidates are eligible for the examination only if they satisfy following condition:

  • Candidate should have passed their graduation from Commerce stream to apply for the admission in this course.
  • Candidates must be passing from courses such as from B.com or any other semester base course like BMS, BBI, BAF, BFM or any other equivalent examination from a recognized university to apply for the admission.

  • Candidates must score at least 45-50 % or more aggregate marks in their graduation as per the requirement of many colleges to apply for the admission.

M.Com (e-commerce) Syllabus

Semester-I Semester-II
1. Management Concepts and   Organizational Behavior. 1. Accounting for Managerial Decisions.
2. Business Environment. 2. Computer Application in Business.
3. Managerial Economics. 3. E-Commerce.
4. Statistical Analysis. 4. International Business Environment.
5. Financial and Cost Accounting. 5. International Marketing.
6. Marketing Management. 6. International Finance.
7. Financial Management. 7. Information Technology in Business.
Semester-III Semester-IV
1. Operation Research. 1. Strategic Management.
2. Database Management. 2. On Line Marketing and E-CRM.
3. Internet and Web Designing. 3. Accounting Information System.
4. Service Marketing and CRM. 4. Management Information System.
5. Network Infrastructure and Payment System. 5. International Business Laws and Taxation.
6. Business Models for E-Commerce. 6. Legal Security and Other Issue in E-Commerce.
7. Training Report and Presentation. 7. Project Report and Viva.

M.Com (e-commerce) Paper Pattern:

Maximum Marks: 60

Time: 2 Hours

Total Four Questions are given.

  1. 1. A.
Full length Practical or Theory Question 15 Marks
Q.1. P. Short Question 08 Marks
        Q. 07 Marks
  1. 2. A.
Full length Practical or Theory Question 15 Marks
Q.2. P. Short Question 08 Marks
        Q. 07 Marks
  1. 3. A.
Full length Practical or Theory Question 15 Marks
Q.3. P. Short Question 08 Marks
        Q. 07 Marks
  1. 4. A.
Full length Practical or Theory Question 15 Marks
Q.4. P. Short Question 08 Marks
        Q. 07 Marks

Top M.Com (e-commerce) colleges in India

  • M.Com (e-commerce) CourseSINNAR College of Commerce, Nasik
  • Chhattisgarh University, Raipur
  • D.Y. Patil Vidya Pratishthan Society’s, Pune
  • Thakur College of Science and Commerce, Mumbai
  • Bishop Vayalil Memorial Holy Cross College, Kottayam
  • Bangalore University, Bangalore
  • University of Mumbai, Mumbai
  • GN Khalsa College of Arts Science and Commerce, Mumbai
  • University Business School, Chandigarh
  • Mizoram University, Aizawl


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