Which specialization to opt in MBA after completing B.Com?

I have appeared for B.com with business management.

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    Raja M G | Contributor-Level 10

    8 years ago
    B.Com. is a Commerce subject and Business Management Specialisation is more or less the same (might be with less quantitative papers)
    MBA is a professional course with many specialisation and you can choose according to your career passion.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Hi,As per your academic profile pursuing MBA in finance would be the best option for you.I would request Raj 29680 to give you detailed information regarding various career prospects after completing MBA in finance.However please note that it is not a compulsion for a B.com graduate to pursue MBA in finance only.So besides MBA in finance you may even opt for MBA in marketing or MBA in HR.However as per your query I would suggest you to work for 2-3 years after completing your graduation and then opting for MBA.The advantage of this step would be:- You will gain relevant work experience.- After working for few years you will know which special... view more
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    IBMT Vani

    8 years ago
    There are two types of specializations. One Functional specializations like HRM, Marketing, Finance, operations ; other, sectorial Specializations like Banking, Insurance, Retail, Telecom etc., choose according to your interest.
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    Raj Aryan | Contributor-Level 9

    8 years ago
    Hi,MBA in finance is a good course to pursue and it offers good career prospects and excellent growth opportunities.After completing this course you may look out for exciting careers in banks, financial consultancies and financial institutions. You may get involved in consumer and investment banking, institutional finance, merchant banking, corporate finance and international finance. A good experience in this field can also lead you to serve on government committees and contribute significantly to policy-making issues. You may also end up providing consultancy services to corporate and government organizations.The remuneration of MBA in fina... view more

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