A Masters degree is a postgraduate qualification that normally follows undergraduate study. It delivers advanced academic knowledge and develops independent scholarship and / or professional expertise. Most Masters programs last one or two years.
As you complete a Masters, you’ll go from being a learner to becoming a scholar, with your own specialism and expertise.
There are numerous career options to select from. But; you wish to select the best for yourself.
POST Graduation Courses
Masters of Commerce (M.Com)
Done with the B.Com now next what? I am sure most of you said M.Com. It is very common of students going for the Masters degree in Commerce after completing B.Com. It is a two year program and you can pursue it from any of the recognized institutes. M.Com is a program that focuses on systematic study of Accounting, Business, Finance, Economics, Statistics, Taxation, Marketing and Management and therefore it gives insights about all the fields.
Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
Master of Computer Applications (MCA) is a three-year (six semesters) professional Master's Degree in computer science awarded in India. The course was designed to meet the growing demand for qualified professionals in the field of Information Technology. It is a postgraduate course that can be taken up after obtaining a Bachelor's Degree. The MCA program is inclined more toward Application Development and thus has more emphasis on latest programming language and tools to develop better and faster applications.
Master of Business Administration(MBA)
By definition, a Master of Business Administration(MBA) is an internationally accepted masters (post-graduate) level degree that
imparts a strong theoretical foundation in business concepts
provides practical opportunities (via internships, group assignments and individual projects) to test what students learn in the class
builds hard-skills in the areas of management and leadership
polishes a range of soft-skills like communication, motivation and negotiation
opens up global opportunities for career growth
allows MBA students to start an independent business after graduating
There is always someone in the family who will advise you to pursue MBA. A good career in MBA totally depends on the credibility of the institute that you are pursuing from. If you are an IIM student then success will follow you to your doorsteps but doing MBA from an ordinary and not much renowned institute will only add numbers to the list of unemployed MBAs. The results of your CAT exams determine the institute where you can pursue the MBA program. It is a two year program on completion of which you can easily get job in financial service sector.