Courses After 12th Commerce Without Maths

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Courses After 12th Commerce Without Maths, after completing 12th almost every student searches for the courses which he/she can do on the bases of 12th stream. Today we’re going to tell you some of the courses you can do after 12th commerce without maths. There are many courses available you can do after completing your 12th class with commerce without math.

Courses After 12th Commerce Without Maths
Courses After 12th Commerce Without Maths

Courses After 12th Commerce Without Maths

Here is the list of various courses you can do after 12th commerce without maths. You can click any of the course to read the all information about it.

1. B.Com - Bachelor of Commerce There are many options available in B.Com after 12th commerce math:
  • B.Com – Banking
  • B.Com – Finance
  • B.Com – A & F
  • B.Com – Computer Application
  • B.Com – Financial Markets
  • B.Com – Rural Marketing
  • B.Com – Honors
  • B.Com – Export & Import
  • B.Com – Management
  • B.Com – Economics
  • B.Com – MSSI
2. BBA - Bachelor of Business Administration
  • BBA - HR Management
  • BBA - Marketing
  • BBA - Finance
  • BBA - Operations
  • BBA - International Business
  • BBA - Foreign Trade
  • BBA - Family Business
  • BBA - Business Analytics
  • BBA - Event Management
  • BBA - Travel and Tourism Management
  • BBA - Hotel and Hospitality Management

3. BBM - Bachelor of Business Management
4. CA - Chartered Accountant
5. BCA – Bachelor of Computer Applications
6. LLB - Bachelor of Laws
7. B.A
8. B.A. – Fashion Communication
9. B.Sc – Economics
10. Hotel Management
All the above courses you can do after 12th commerce without math. If you’re interested in commerce line then you have lots of options.

Can I change my stream after 12th commerce to computers?

Yes, after 12th commerce you can switch to computer line by doing B.Com –Computer Applications and BCA. In BCA you have all the subjects of computers and in B.Com computer applications you have limited computer subjects. After both degrees you can go for MCA (Master of Computer Applications).

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