Bachelor of Commerce

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A Bachelor of Commerce (abbreviated BComm or BCom; also known as baccalaureates commercii) is an undergraduate business degree that is often conferred in Canada, Australia, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Ireland, New Zealand, Ghana, South Africa, Myanmar, Egypt, and other Commonwealth nations. A prior version of this degree programme was provided in the United Kingdom.

It is the goal of the Bachelor of Commerce degree to offer students with a broad range of management abilities while also developing expertise in a specific field of business. As a result, most institutions structure their degree programmes such that, in addition to their subject, students are exposed to broad business concepts via coursework in accounting, finance, economics, business management, human resources, and marketing, among other topics. Business statistics and mathematics, as well as information systems, are often required as prerequisites for programmes. An academic major may or may not be formed at a given university, depending on the circumstances. Regardless, students pursuing a Bachelor of Commerce degree are required to study the bulk of their courses in business-related areas, which may include, among other things, the apart.