Top 2 new courses to do after 12th science
After our helpful article-‘ Top courses to do after 12th science’, we have come up with a new article! This article will introduce to you two new courses that you can pursue after 12th science. The earlier article was all about the regular courses that students usually choose after 12th science. But these two courses are relatively new and are somewhat unique. These courses are- MAM (Master of Applied Management) and MCM (Master of Computer Management). Since these two courses are not very new, the number of colleges offering the course and the seats are relatively less.
Students who have passed 12th science stream can also choose this course, which is related to business administration. MAM is a five year long course. It is like MBA (Master of Business Administration). This course is more or less a combination of BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) and MBA. So, the duration of MAM course is 5 years which is the time that you will take to complete BBA and MBA both, normally. The job prospects are excellent. This course is internationally recognized and passed out students can get jobs in managerial posts in companies and business houses. Also check out – Online MBA courses in India.
Again a good course that students who have passed 12th science can pursue. MCM is a five year long course. It is similar to doing BCA (Bachelor of Computer Applications) and MCA (Master of Computer Applications). If you do BCA and MCA both, as it is done normally, it will take 5 years. So does MCM. This course which is a combination of BCA, MCA and management also take only 5 years! Job prospect is also very bright in this field. Students will easily get jobs in software industry and other computer related fields.
So, I hope that this article helped you out. Please also check out the article ‘Top 11 courses to do after 12th science’. It is very helpful article and many 12th science passed students refer it each day. These 2 new courses for 12th science passed students are for those students, who want to select a new and relatively unique course with good job prospects. Share your views and opinions regarding this article.