Scope is something which you need to build with your capabilities.
Please note a B.Com graduate, with subjects like accounts, book keeping, SP etc have a lot of opportunities in sectors like banking, financial institutes etc.
You can work as an accountant, financial advisor, banker etc
Wish you good luck...
Hai.. You can join in B.Com courses where maths is not compulsory. Some other courses are like integrated courses where you can pursue MBA after your B.Com, that too within 4 years. Some of the best institutes where you can find such courses are Delhi University, Lovely Professional University, SRM. You can visit the websites of these institutes to understand about the fee structure, scholarships, course curriculum etc. As a degree in commerce makes you to join in the job market or to go for MBA, you have to focus on the placement record of the institutes you are planning to join. All the wish
I can only list down options, you would have to decide for yourself if it is the best suited career for you based on your interest and potentials. Before you select an option, read and reasearch on the career in terms of the skills required, future scope in terms of both job and further studies.
Few options includes:
B.COM ( Accounts, Economics, General)
Self financing courses like BAF, BBI, BFM
Management studies ( BMS / BBA)
Mass media (BMM)
Wish you good luck...
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Before I answer your query, I would like you to ask yourself a question, why did you choose this option? Once you are able to answer this, your career choice becomes clearer.
Anyways, I will be listing down few options you could opt for. But before selecting an option, please do read more on the course as in future prospects, job opportunity, skills required etc.
B.Com ( Accounts)
Self financed courses ( BFM, BBA, BBI)
Business Intelligence ( BI)
Professional courses like CA or CS ( If this option you select, then choose B.Com regular)
Management studies ( BMS / BBA)
Yes you can do BMS without Maths.
Yes, you are eligible for BMS without Maths.
There is NO disadvantage of not taking maths in commerce.
Commerce requires business mathematics and business statistics, which are not rocket science difficult. Intermediate level of maths and statistics is what is required in commerce stream.
Commerce without Maths is perfectly fine and there is no drawback for your future career.
Commerce being a commercial field where finance is involved, a little of maths will be there, however it is not of rocket science level. Business maths and business statistics, is what you should be able to do and that is sufficient.
Scope in any career option in commerce is good. Just check which course option in commerce you are best for.
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Definitely many options for commerce careers without maths. However please remember that you are in commerce field so business mathematics will always be there in any course you choose, but definitely not the maths which is in science stream, so you can relax.
Below are few options which you can pursue in commerce without maths:
Supply Chain Management
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Commerce with or without Maths is a nice question. But always remember that even if you dont choose Maths, you will have business mathematics and statistics in any commerce related course you do further. You can choose maths since it may slightly help you in MBA.
However, it actually does not matter if you have maths in commerce or not. But choose Maths only if you were really good at it in your school days.Comm
Commerce has great career options and hope you have chosen Commerce based on your interests and aptitude. If you are still unsure or if you want to verify it, do take th
Going to USA for learning Commerce without Maths is not possible. Since in USA, Commerce is not without Maths, Statistics, Econometrics.
I did not understand your thought of going to USA for doing a commerce course. Are you not happy with India's commerce stream or are you considering it below average? How did you reach this decision of studying Commerce and that too without Maths from USA?
I think you are pretty confused and are looking for options in the dark.
I definitely feel that you should take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This psychometric test is very esse
Career in Commerce without Maths is possible. But please keep in mind that, a little bit of practical maths you will have to study and that cannot be avoided. Any course you choose, the word Commerce means Business/Finance/Accounting and is related to money and therefore maths is required. Commerce field does not have Maths as it is there for Science field.
Without Maths you can do other professional courses like the ones listed below:
Human Resource Management