M.Com courses offered by universities vary in focus and may include Accounting and Finance, International Business, Taxation, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and E-commerce, among others. Some universities also offer specialization in emerging areas like Analytics and Data Science, Financial Modeling, and Corporate Social Responsibility. These courses are designed to provide students with comprehensive knowledge and skills in specific areas of commerce, making them job-ready and highly sought-after by employers.
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