The opening up on the Banking and Insurance sector for private players, has propelled the need to equip prospective Banking and Insurance professional to face the challenges ahead. To create a pool of experts in this sector, the University of Mumbai has introduced the Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Insurance) program in 2003-2004. This program has a combination of Banking, Insurance and other Financial Course which provides conceptual clarity and strong platform for students who want to pursue a career in Banking, Insurance and Finance.
A Candidate in order to be eligible for admission to the three year degree course of bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance)must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (std.XII) Examination conducted by different Divisional Boards of Maharashtra State of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first attempt (40% in case of reserved category students).
|SEM I||SEM II||SEM III||SEM IV||SEM V||SEM VI|
|Environment and Management of Financial Services||Principles and Practices of Banking & Insurance||Financial Market||Financial Management II||International Banking & Finance||Central Banking|
|Principles of Management||Business Law||Financial Management I||Cost Accounting||Financial Reporting and Analysis||Security Analysis and Portfolio management|
|Financial Accounting I||Financial Accounting II||Management Accounting||Entrepreneurship Management||Research Methodology||International Business|
|Business Communication I||Business Communication II||Taxation Financial Services||Information Technology in Banking & Insurance-II||Strategic Management||Human Resource Management|
|Foundation Course I||Foundation Course II||Information Technology in Banking & Insurance-I||Foundation Course -IV||Auditing -I||Auditing -II|
|Business Economics -I||Organisational Behavior||Foundation Course –III||Corporate & Securities Law||Business Ethics & Corporate Governance||Project Work|
|Quantitative Methods I||Quantitative Methods Ii||Organisational Behavior||Business Economics-II||–||–|