Delhi School of Economics - Department of Commerce

Department of Commerce

In December 1967, the Department of Commerce was set up as a separate department by carving it out of the composite Department of Economics and Commerce, Delhi School of Economics. It became an independent faculty in 1992. Currently, along with the Dpeartment of Financial Studies, it constitutes the Faculty of Commerce and Business Studies. The Department is one of the premier centres of learning in the field of commerce in the country, and is renowned for its M.Com, M.Phil and Phd courses.

The Department of Commerce also offers two professional management programmes- Master of International Business and Master of Human Resource and Organizational Development. While the Master of International Business programme of the Department was an upgradation of its earlier Post Graduate Diploma course in International Marketing which was started in 1985 and continues as an integerated international business and marketing program at the Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, Delhi University under affiliation from the Delhi School of Economics, the Master of Human Resource and Organizational Development programme was started by the Department in 1995 to impart managerial competencies in the domain of human resource management and organizational development. Both of these professional programmes have been very well received by the industry, and the alumni of these programmes occupy key positions in various organizations.

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