MATS School of Business StudiesApril 4, 2022 2022-04-18 7:31
MATS School of Business Studies
Commerce can be defined as trade between states or nations. It has been taking place since the ancient times and has allowed for the exchange of needed or desired goods and services between different groups of people. With advances in manufacturing, transportation and communication, commerce has continued to flourish. The increasing complexity, diversity and expansion of trade and commerce in various economies, re-establish the importance of commerce discipline.
From a multinational trading company to a bank to a chartered accountant, the basic background required would be in the field of commerce. Knowledge in the area of commerce helps both at micro decision making for an organization and macro level- international trade and commerce.
MATS School of Business Studies through its different programs mold students to cope with the up-coming challenges of life along with the deliverance of upgraded knowledge in the field of audit, taxation, stock broking services, financial institutions and financial services.
"B.Com. International Finance" Integrated with US CMA
Business Studies At MATS
Selecting a College to continue your education is one of the most important decisions that you will ever make, whether you are just out of school or returning to education as a mature student. Therefore, you should choose carefully and wisely.
Our Curriculum model integrates the delivery of core business knowledge and skills. The School is widely recognized for its commitment to innovation and integrity, bringing cutting-edge faculty research into the classroom, integrating technology throughout the curriculum. The School expanded its curriculum to include specialty courses in finance, banking, insurance, strategic consulting, marketing, creating and managing growth enterprises and global business.
Our Business courses prepare students for various business-related employments including: accounting departments, industrial or public sector organizations, public relations, advertising, financial services and risk management.