Programme Highlights

The Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) in Economics program offered by  Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics provides students with a comprehensive understanding of both commerce and economics. This interdisciplinary course aims to equip students with a strong foundation in economic theories, principles, and analytical skills, while also imparting essential knowledge of business concepts. Through a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical application, students gain insights into the intricacies of economics and its relevance in the business world. The program’s curriculum is designed to foster critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and a holistic understanding of economic dynamics, preparing graduates for a wide range of career opportunities in fields such as finance, research, policy-making, and more.

Core Areas

  • Micro Economics
  • Macro Economics
  • International Economics

        Course Objectives:

  1. To equip learners with competency and skills to increase employability in the emerging global business environment.
  2. Encourage to maintain professional connections through internship.
  3. To instill core values in learners in order to make them ethical and socially responsible citizens, entrepreneurs and leaders of the future.

      Duration: 3 years

Semester I

6. Psychology-I(OE) – sem I

12. Revised syllabus_Env. & Sustainability

Arthaneeti Syllabus BC BMaths (OE) Sem 1

Capital Markets – VSCSem I-

Comp Appl in Business- SEC- Sem 2

IMTP Introduction to Banking- VSC- Sem I

Introductory Microeconomics(major)_Sem I

OE Business Law POM_Minor- Sem I

Principles of Macroeconomics- major- Sem I

Quant tech for Eco I(VSC)_ SEM 1

Semester II

Advanced Microeconomics- Major (2)

Applied macroeconomics- major- Sem II CC

Corporate Laws(OE)_Sem II

Data Analysis using Excel- SEC- sem II

Derivatives market VSC Sem II

Marketing Management- Minor- SemII

Money Markets vsc sem II

Quant Tech for Eco-II(VSC)-Sem 2


Social Psychology

Syllabus Understanding India (1)

Semester 3 Syllabus

Semester 4 Syllabus

The course of in Economics will enable the students to evaluate the    effects of government intervention in markets using economic concepts as tools, explain paradoxical economic situations, measure economic welfare, and assess the reasons for changes therein. The course attempts to make students understand applications of economic theory and use of economic concepts as tools for formulation of economic policy and to explain different economic events. This course will definitely provide students with the required intensity and depth in the subject of Economics but also with an added knowledge of accountancy and commerce.