The Bachelor of Commerce degree is designed to provide a student with a wide range of managerial skills while at the same time, builds competence in a particular area of business studies. Most universities therefore, plan the degree such that in addition to their major, students are exposed to general business principles, taking courses in accounting, finance, business management, human resources, statistics, marketing, economics, information systems. Other established business schools have strengthened their programs by requiring business students to also take introductory calculus at the undergraduate level as part of the degree program. For a comparison with other business degrees, see Business Education.


Depending on the institution, a formal academic major may or may not be established. Regardless, a Bachelor of Commerce degree requires students to take the majority of their courses in business-related subjects, namely the following and others depending on a student's particular interests.


  • Auditing
  • Accounting
  • Banking
  • Communication
  • Economics
  • Labor Relationship
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Human Resources
Duration 3 Years
Eligibility 10+2 with 45%