B.Com. in Computer Applications is a 3- year undergraduate course designed to impart advanced learning to students in the discipline of Commerce, particularly involving the application of software technology for professional requirements, merging the academic specialties of Commerce and Computer Applications. The course follows an innovative modern curriculum. Upon successful completion of the course, graduates interested in pursuing higher studies in the discipline could opt MBA, MCA, M.Com, M.Com (CA), ACCA, MIB, or MSW.
B.Com. in Computer Applications is an amalgamation of the fields of Computers and Commerce. Subjects of study covered in the course's curriculum include Business Organization, E-Commerce, Cost Accounting, Financial Accounting, Fundamentals of Computers, Business Accounting Software, Internet and Web Designing, Banking Theory, Banking Law and Banking Practice, essentially.