Master of Commerce (M.Com) program ables learners with the knowledge for auditing, finance, taxation and accounting thus enabling them to work in business enterprises at managerial level.

Master of Commerce (M.Com) program is a two years annual program.

Who should study?

If your aim is to pursue career in the field of accounting, finance, taxation and audit Master of Commerce (M.Com) program would strengthen your foundation to excel with leading organizations.

Master of Commerce (M.Com) program would lead you to work with:

  • Banks
  • Multinational or national organizations in Pakistan
  • Multinational or national organizations in overseas
  • Public Sector
  • NGOs etc.

Eligibility Criteria:

Student must have passed Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent examination in second division with at least 45% marks (under annual system) at least 2.0 CGPA out of 4.0 (under semester system) from any HEC recognized Institution, in a field of study relating to the respective subject he/she desires to take admission.

Part 1

Paper No. Course Title Marks
Paper 1 Management , Human Resource Management , and Strategic Management 100
Paper 2 Quantitative Techniques in Business 100
Paper 3 Financial Management and Analysis of Financial Statements 100
Paper 4 Business Communicaations 100
Paper 5 Economic Analysis and Managerial Economics 100
Paper 6 Accounting for Decision Making 100
Paper 7 Computer Application in Business and Practical Demonstration (50+50) 100
Total Marks for M.COM Part- 1 700

Field of Specialization



Paper No. Course Title Marks
Paper 1 Cost Accounting for Selected Industries 100
Paper 2 Governmental Accounting 100
Paper 3 Advance Accounting and Financial Reporting 100
Paper 4 Advance Audit Problems 100
Paper 1 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management 100
Paper 2 Specialized Financial Institutions 100
Paper 3 Corporate Finance 100
Paper 4 International Finance 100
Paper 5 Islamic Principles of Trade and Finance 100
Total Marks for M.COM. Part 2  700
Grand Total Marks of M.COM. Degree 1400

Part 2

Paper No. Course Title Marks
Paper 1 Operations & Production Management 100
Paper 2 Industrial and Management Accounting 100
Paper 3 Company Law and Labor Law 100
Paper 4 Introduction to E-Commerce 100
Paper 5 Marketing Management and Research Methods in Business 100
Optional  (Choose any two from the following either from Accounting or Finance)