Launch your career in Commerce with our B.Com. (Hons.) in Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation program. Experienced faculty, hands-on learning, and industry connections.
Graphic Era University has formed beneficial partnerships with prominent companies in the commerce sector. These alliances offer students who are enrolled in the university’s Accounting, Auditing and Taxation program the chance to acquire hands-on experience in the field. The university’s placement cell is actively engaged in connecting students with top organizations in the industry. As a result, a considerable number of students secure internships and placements in esteemed organizations within the field. These opportunities equip students with the skills and experience necessary to excel in their future careers in this field.
Some of the popular job roles in this field are :
• Tax Consultant
• Financial Analyst
• Accounting Manager
• Cost Accountant
• Investment Analyst
• Treasury Manager
• Risk Management Analyst
• Budget Analyst
• Compliance Officer
The Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) degree program in Accounting, Auditing and Taxation is a three-year undergraduate program that aims to equip students with in-depth knowledge and practical skills in the fields of accounting, auditing, and taxation. The program is divided into six semesters, each of which covers specific topics related to the subject matter.
In early semesters, students will be introduced to the basics of accounting, including financial accounting, cost accounting, and management accounting. Topics covered may include the fundamental principles of accounting, accounting cycle, accounting equation, ledger accounts, trial balance, financial statements, cost concepts, and budgeting. Students will also learn about auditing, which includes the process of reviewing and examining financial statements to ensure they comply with accounting standards and are accurate. Students will also learn about principles of auditing, types of audits, audit planning and procedures, audit reports, internal control, and fraud detection. Students will also be introduced to taxation, which covers the various types of taxes imposed by governments and their impact on individuals and businesses. Topics covered in this area will include income tax, corporate tax, value-added tax (VAT), goods and services tax (GST), tax planning, and tax compliance.
In later semester, students will delve deeper into financial accounting, with topics such as accounting for partnerships, accounting for companies, and accounting standards. They will also study advanced cost accounting concepts such as standard costing, marginal costing, and process costing. Students will focus further on auditing, covering advanced topics such as auditing standards, internal auditing, and forensic accounting. They will also study international accounting and taxation, including accounting for multinational companies, international tax planning, and transfer pricing. Students will also cover advanced topics in taxation, including tax laws, tax policies, and tax administration. They will study advanced management accounting concepts such as strategic management accounting, decision-making, and performance management.